‘Rise of the Tomb Raider’ News & Update: New Sequel Spotted On Subway! Developer Working Inside A Crowded Train?

By Gerone Trish, Parent Herald November 02, 07:30 pm

The program for the upcoming sequel for "Tomb Raider" game has reportedly been spotted in an unexpected crowded place, the subway! The new game is now being developed, as witnessed by a tipster who posted the details of his encounter with one of the members of the alleged development team for "Tomb Raider."

Kotaku claims the source, a certain Reddit user Tripleh280, was traveling to his office through a Montreal subway when he suddenly had a glimpse of the anticipated second installment of "Tomb Raider." Apparently, the source was next to a guy who appears to be one of the developers of the new sequel of "Tomb Raider" as the latter had his laptop widely opened for his seatmates to see his screen, exposing the title "Shadow Of The Tomb Raider" on the upper right corner of the program.

The Reddit user took a photo of this opened laptop while on the lap of the alleged developer. The screen on the laptop shows a black ground where data were posted on bullets. Also, the title "Shadow Of The Tomb Raider" can be seen on the upper right corner of the black ground.

The publication noted that the tip seemed legit as the title "Shadow Of The Tomb Raider" spotted on the screen is the same as the title that was previously reported for the next sequel of "Tomb Raider."

Furthermore, the photo also confirms the guy with the laptop is seated while there are other people standing in front of him, suggesting a crowded train setting which deems consistent with the tipster's statement of his location when he spotted the alleged developer of the next "Tomb Raider" game.

The source told the publication that the page shown on the screen of the laptop depicts the visuals of the new "Tomb Raider." Unfortunately, the tipster could no longer provide any other details as he claimed everything else appeared blurry from his spot.

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