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Tomb Raider Remastered just quietly censored one in-game detail

Tomb Raider Remastered just quietly censored one in-game detail

Only the most eagle-eyed of players will have noticed

Tomb Raider 1-3 Remastered players are ticked off by the game’s most recent patch, which censors in-game pin-up posters of Lara Croft.

The remaster of the first three Tomb Raider games has been a rare example of a retro-revival done right, with improved graphics and controls as well as the option to revert to the original PlayStation 1 format.

Check out the trailer for Tomb Raider 1-3 Remastered below.

Fans have loved it, and can’t wait for the fourth game in the series to get the same treatment especially since a remaster of Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation has already been teased.

Unfortunately, the most recent patch for the game has caused quite a stir, as amongst some routine bug fixes and performance enhancements, it’s also removed in-game content.

Twitter user Smash JT posted screenshots of the game before and after the patch, saying: “Crystal Dynamics censored out the pics of Lara in the update on Tomb Raider.”

The pictures in question are lewd pin-up posters of the protagonist Lara Croft, which can be found in the fourth level of the third game.

One player called it a “huge problem with modern games,” saying they can now be “ruined AFTER people buy them”.

Another player called it “turbo cringe,” going on to say, “These people have the job of sucking whatever fun and nostalgia they can out of their supposedly fun product. It's so weird and disheartening.”

Personally, I think there are bigger problems in the game industry than a lack of pixelated boobies, but hey that’s just me.

Tomb Raider 1-3 Remastered is available on Xbox, PlayStation and PC platforms, as well as Nintendo Switch.

Featured Image Credit: Aspyr

Topics: Tomb Raider, PlayStation, Xbox, PC