Tomb Raider: The Scaling the Ziggurat Video


To create the latest video for Tomb Raider, the development team at Crystal Dynamics gathered together and discussed their favourite climbing sequences: after much debate, one of the areas from late in the game beat the rest. This video showcases Lara Croft scaling the Ziggurat, an ancient temple built upon an icy mountainside, which she must traverse in the latter stages of the game in order to reach her final destination. Lara must draw upon all of the climbing skills she’s learned throughout the game in order to conquer this challenge. A foreword from Noah Hughes, Creative Director at Crystal Dynamics, explains why they chose this sequence.

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