Square Enix has released the Launch and the Tobii Eye Tracking trailers for Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Alongside the post-launch support for real-time ray tracing, the PC version of the game will come with full support for Tobii Eye Tracking.
The developers have used the eye tracking features for survival instinct awareness and aiming at gaze. Survival instinct awareness promises to increase the flaw of the game as players can look at the environment by simply gazing upon it. On the other hand, aiming at gaze will let players aim with their eyes, which is pretty cool actually.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider promises to last around 13-15 hours (without the side missions) and the hunting and the equipment will be more important this time around. The main tombs will be very important, will be “more classic,” and will be deadlier than before. Players will be able to swim and dive, and will be also able to use their rope to go up and down walls, run through them, and perform longer jumps.
The game releases on September 14th!
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