The Australian Classification Board has become a sort of window to the future: more and more titles we can find out in advance thanks to the Australian evaluation body. This time, Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition appeared in its database, a title that has not yet been officially announced.
Square Enix is certainly not new to operations of this type: even the previous adventures of Lara Croft are back on the market later packaged in a complete edition of all the DLCs . Although there is still no precise information in this regard – let alone official confirmation – in this Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition we expect to find the last Central American adventure of the explorer together with all the contents published after the launch, including seven challenge graves, weapons and equipment of all kinds.
For the record, we point out that this is not even the first time that the Definitive Edition is evaluated: it has already happened last July when the South Korean Rating Board thought of putting it in its database. In short, everything seems ready for an announcement, it remains to be understood only when it will happen. We take the opportunity to remind you that Shadow of the Tomb Raider is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.