Lara Croft GO free to download for a limited time

Lara Croft GO Is Free to Download on Mobile Devices for a Limited Time

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Square Enix Montreal will allow anyone to download the mobile Tomb Raider title Lara Croft GO for free. This announcement came via the official Square Enix Montreal Twitter. For a limited time, anyone can download this turn based puzzle. As long as you download the game before April 2, 2020, via either the Google Play or Apple App Store, it is yours to keep for free. The PC version is not part of this offer, but it is currently 75% off in the Steam Store.

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Lara Croft GO is a Tomb Raider title that pits players against obstacles and other environmental hazards as they explore the ruins of an ancient civilization. Players move Lara around the map in board game fashion to solve various puzzles and uncover the secrets hidden in this ruins. So if you’re interested in a timesink while staying in doors, this might just be the game for you.

Both Tomb Raider (2013) and Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris were recently given away for free as well. This promotional offer was held from March 20-23, 2020 and allowed fans to redeem either title on Steam or via the official Square Enix store.

Lara Croft GO is available for Android devices, Apple iOS devices, and PCs.

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