Tomb Raider 3 fan remake in Unity Engine – Here is the in-game 3D model of Lara Croft

Back in December 2017 we informed you about a Tomb Raider 3 fan remake in Unity Engine. This project is being led by TombRaider’s forum member ‘Heckler‘ and yesterday his team shared the in-game 3D model that they have created for Lara Croft.

This 3D model for Lara Croft was created from scratch and from the looks of it, the team tried to stay close to the original model of the classic Tomb Raider games.

This Tomb Raider 3 remake is called is called The Adventures of Lara Croft and its gameplay is heavily inspired by games like Assassin’s Creed, the Jak and Daxter series, Inside, Prince of Persia, Enslaved and The Last of Us.

In this remake, Lara will be extremely agile and skilled in both hand-to-hand and ranged combat. Lara will be able to climb buildings, cliffs, and trees. She will also be able to zipline while shooting and run along walls with style.

Lara will also have a variety of moves, including slope steering, tightrope, 3 different dives, classic style swimming, stealth, pole-swinging, and rolls to name a few.

The game will also feature vehicles such as a quad-bike, a sport-bike, a UPV, a Kayak, a snowboard, jetski, a horse and a deadly mine-cart. Furthermore, the enemies and NPC’s will be smarter. Enemies can run out of ammo, hide behind objects, fight and, like Lara, stumble into deadly traps.


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