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Tribeca Film Festival Will Have The Honor Of Debuting Shadow Of The Tomb Raider

With the trailer leak, of the game, Shadow Of The Tomb Raider, Square Enix has finally revealed the teaser trailer for the game. Unfortunately, the teaser trailer doesn’t reveal much but we know what will get the fans excited for the game. Prepare yourself because Shadow Of The Tomb Raider will be making its debut at the Tribeca Film Festival.

This would be the seventh year in a row, where video games will have a presence at the Tribeca Film Festival. So those who will be attending the film festival, surely it would be amazing for them. As they will get a good look at this particularly exciting AAA title.

According to the “digital trends” on April 27th at about 4 pm ET, Square Enix’s Crystal Dynamics team will take the stage to discuss this upcoming game, that will be bringing a resurgence on Lara Croft.

Daniel Bisson who is the senior game director, Noah Hughes the franchise creative director, writer Jill Murray senior brand director Rich Briggs, and the actress who will voice Lara, Camilla Luddington will be discussing Shadow Of The Tomb Raider with Geoff Keighley, who is the producer of the game awards.

The panel of these people will debut an “exclusive extended gameplay demo” of the game. Let us hope that they reveal more exciting details for the fans.

That said, following the Tom Raider gameplay debut, a presentation titled “Re-imagining God of War: The Inside Story” will also make its way. So without any doubt, Tribeca Film Festival would be very entertaining as well as an interesting festival.

According to the “digitaltrends” the creative director of the game God of War, Cory Barlog will be discussing how his team has managed, using the Nordic mythology to reshape the iconic series.

Shadow Of The Tomb Raider is presumed to have taken its inspiration for the game, from the Mayan world, let us hope that is the case for it will be really interesting. Be that as it may, the game launches on September 14 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Source: digitaltrends