New Shadow of the Tomb Raider Concept Art Possibly Leaked

Not too long ago, word that a possible new Tomb Raider title was leaked online, exciting fans to the potential of a brand new game to the rebooted series might be well on its way. The leak came when an eagle-eyed fan spotted what looked to be a PowerPoint presentation on a negligent employee’s laptop, and managed to snap a picture of the device before uploading the image online. After the image was posted, no new information on the game was spoken of since, and game developers remained mum on the possibility. While this might have indicated that the image posted was truly a fluke, we now have additional confirmation that Shadow of the Tomb Raider looks like it is well underway in production, via another leaked photo of concept art of the game.

The photo was posted on PlayStation Universe, and features an updated logo for the title as well as weapons and the aforementioned concept art for the game. The leaked artwork looks like it comes from TAKEOFF Creative, though it appears that shortly after the image was leaked, the page regarding the concept art was taken down.

Concept art

Sadly, the image doesn’t leave much in the way of explaining exactly what will be included in the next Tomb Raider title. The concept art does show new weapons like a machete and a spear. Of course, Lara’s iconic bow and arrow are also shown. Other than these details, the leak is pretty slim on information, so here’s to hoping a few more tidbits about the title will be unveiled in the coming months. Perhaps some info will be given once the time draws closer to the release of the Tomb Raider movie, but only time will tell.

Thoughts on the release of these leaked images and concept art? What else would you like to see revealed in the future? Make sure to join in on the discussion in the comments section below, and don’t forget to follow DFTG on Twitter for live gaming and entertainment updates 24/7. As always … game on, friends!

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