Tomb Raider Remastered Trilogy Censors Lara Croft Posters with Risque Content

The Tomb Raider Remastered Trilogy has been popular since its initial launch, and Aspyr has continued to update the collection based on feedback. The recent changes have been well-received, with improvements such as making keys more visible in modern graphics mode. One notable change is the removal of risqué “Laura Cruz” posters from Tomb Raider 3, as reported by Kotaku. The second update for the Remastered Trilogy removed several pinup posters of Lara Croft from Tomb Raider 3, a decision that has sparked surprise and speculation among fans.

Interestingly, the posters have only been removed from the game’s modern graphics setting, remaining visible in classic mode. Aspyr did not provide a reason for the change or confirm it in the patch notes, leaving fans puzzled and not entirely pleased with the decision. The original PS1 trilogy of Tomb Raider games has been remastered for modern platforms, with upgraded visuals, included DLC, and the ability to switch between old and new graphics.

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