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Tomb Raider 10th Anniversary Edition Remake leaked online, available for download

Now here is something truly special. A build from the cancelled Tomb Raider Remake. Tomb Raider: 10th Anniversary Edition, has been leaked online and you can download it.

From what we know so far, Core Desing was working on Tomb Raider: 10th Anniversary Edition in 2005-6. As the title suggests, this was an official remake of the first Tomb Raider game from the original development team. The game was meant to come out before Tomb Raider Legend, however, it was cancelled in 2006.

You can download Tomb Raider 10th Anniversary Edition Remake from here. Do note that this leaked build is called “Indiana Jones”. In case you’re wondering, this Indiana Jones game was a re-skin version of the cancelled Tomb Raider: 10th Anniversary Edition that Core Design was developing soon after it was cancelled.

Below you can find some instructions on how you can install it.

Tomb Raider 10th Anniversary Edition Leaked Build Installation Guide

“Use the archive from patch from Xproger/Gh0stblade _Xproger – Gh0stblade TRAE_Patch.zip) that make it playable:

  • Download artbase and extract it to C: drive (it is important you have a folder structure like this C:\artbase\tombraider etc. the game won’t run if it’s not placed on C drive).
  • Download Xproger/Gh0stblade patch.
  • Use run.bat to launch the game!

In case you don’t want to download Tomb Raider 10th Anniversary Edition, you can find below some videos. These videos showcase some of the recreated locations, so be sure to watch them.”

Before closing, this Tomb Raider Remake is completely different from the Tomb Raider 1/2/3 Remasters we reported back in 2018.

Have fun!

Core Design's Tomb Raider 10th Anniversary Edition - Greece ALPHA Gameplay

Core Design's Tomb Raider 10th Anniversary Edition - Peru ALPHA Gameplay

Core Design's Tomb Raider 10th Anniversary Edition - Lara's Home ALPHA Gameplay

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