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Steam’s Tomb Raider Mega Sale Will End Tomorrow

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Steam’s Tomb Raider mega sale is drawing to a close, meaning your time is running short to claim the biggest discounts the series has ever seen.

As it stands, Square Enix has the entire Tomb Raider catalog up for grabs, and for ridiculously low prices too, courtesy of Steam, of course. But that’s soon about to change, with Square looking to ramp the prices back up to their original states. Come March 24, 2022, and the mega sale will draw to a close. So, that leaves you with a good few hours to cash in on as many of Lara’s adventures as remotely possible.

Noteworthy titles include Square Enix’s 2013 reboot of the beloved franchise, Tomb Raider, which is currently available for less than $5. As well as this, Rise of the Tomb Raider and Shadow of the Tomb Raider are also up for grabs, both coming in with $10 tags.

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“The Big One”

To top it off, Steam has compiled basically every TR game to ever grace the earth all for one meaty collection. Available for just $40, the Tomb Raider Collection consists of 54 titles, all of which include their respective DLC and any flashy gadgets and gizmos. Come March 25, and this particular bundle will return to an eye-watering $350. So, if you’re even the slightest bit interested in the series—then this bundle shouldn’t go amiss.

You can, of course, pick up a whole bunch of other Square Enix titles over on Steam. Although Lara’s exploits make up the bulk of the library, there are plenty of other hidden gems embroidered within. It’s just the case of knowing where to look.

You can follow Square Enix for more updates and information over on their official social handle here. Of if you’re in the mood for some virtual window shopping, then be sure to stop by Steam’s handle.

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