Buy Tomb Raider On PC For $3.99, Or Every Tomb Raider Game For $15.99

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Tomb Raider is on discount sale for dirt cheap on Steam this week. You can grab the game for $3.99 if you pick it up before 10 am PST on Friday.

 

Additionally, you can also buy the entire Tomb Raider collection for PC, if you’re so inclined, for $15.99. This includes the entirety of the original Tomb Raider series, the second series of games by Crystal Dynamics, the new Tomb Raider, and Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light.

 

Also included in the collection bundle is DLC for all of the aforementioned titles. Normally, the entire collection (along with DLC) would cost $79.99, so $15.99 is a pretty damn good deal.


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