A new video game titled Tomb Raider 25th Anniversary appeared by surprise on the official website of Square Enix, with no description or release date. At the moment, it is not clear whether this is an error, a code name for some collection, or a new chapter in the series, but the video game was present with the same title in the NVIDIA GeForce Now leaks last September.
On September 9, NVIDIA mistakenly allowed all users to access the database for video game testing, and dataminers found references to dozens of unannounced titles allegedly coming out on PC soon. Among these were Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Edition, Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy – The Definitive Edition (“GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas Remasters”), and God of War, all confirmed over a month.
Tomb Raider 25th Anniversary was in the database and is now on the Square Enix website, although nothing is official for the moment. The first Tomb Raider video game was released on November 14, 1996, in Europe and North America so that the announcement may occur during the second week.
If the new Tomb Raider video game is also confirmed, there would be another very important piece of evidence to support the integrity of the leaks. We remind you that there were dozens of video games highly anticipated by fans in the database, including Final Fantasy IX Remake, Kingdom Hearts IV, Resident Evil 4 Remake, Dragon’s Dogma 2, Titanfall 3, and many others.