Tomb Raider remastered collection now playable at 4K and 120fps

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Who would have thought back in the 1990s that the original Tomb Raider trilogy would have been playable at a 4K resolution and 120 frames per second? Well, actually, back then I never heard of such things.

Anyway, thanks to the most recent update for Tomb Raider I-III Remastered, as long as you have a compatible TV, you can play each game in the remastered version at a glorious 4K resolution and a super smooth 120fps! It also won’t be compatible with Nintendo Switch, of course.

The update which is live right now, also makes the following fixes and improvements:

  • Added missing HD textures
  • Updated textures under ladders to no longer be impacted by camera movement
  • Updated lighting in certain dimly lit areas
  • Resolved textures that would occasionally disappear depending on camera positioning
  • Reworked pickup items in dimly lit locations to be more visible

Tomb Raider I:

  • Fixed image sizes so paintings were no longer cropped in Laraโ€™s Home
  • Resolved partial missing door in the Egypt level
  • Updated textures on key pickups to be more visible
  • Updated lava textures to not be transparent when viewed at a certain angle

Tomb Raider II:

  • Resolved a crash that would occur at the Home Sweet Home level
  • Updated hitbox for spiders in the Great Wall level
  • Updated misplaced secrets in Golden Mask levels
  • Snowmobile no longer rides backwards when firing in Modern Controls
  • Updated door handles to include proper textures in the Diving Area level
  • Updated HD molten gold texture in the Kingdom level
  • Updated snow camouflage in HD mode at The Cold War level

Tomb Raider III:

  • Updated quicksand textures in HD mode
  • Waterfall no longer disappears when switching the levels in the control room of Nevada Desert
  • Gem is now visible in the Furnace of God’s level
  • Secret level All Hallows now triggers properly
  • Skybox details are now visible in HD mode at the beginning of Shakespeare Cliff

Tomb Raider I-III Remastered is out now on PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch.

Featured Image Credit: Aspyr/Crystal Dynamics