With isolation becoming a mandated thing to combat the coronavirus, Square Enix is taking a different route to help encourage and reward people for staying at home – it’s offering up Tomb Raider (2013 reboot) for free along with that weird co-op spin-off Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris.
If you follow the instructions on the Square Enix Store, you’ll probably say it’s not worth it, but if you jump onto Steam, you can just add them to your library and call it a day. And, the best part is that you get to keep both games forever, unlike most free-to-play offerings these days.
We’re warmed by stories of communities banding together during these uncertain times and are offering a gift to keep friends & family connected through play. Read more: https://t.co/wWeWWuZ7Bv pic.twitter.com/9Ww2ZE7AJ8— Tomb Raider (@tombraider) March 20, 2020
For what it’s worth, neither of the games are a super important score. Tomb Raider (reboot) launched back in 2013 and there have been two follow-ups since. But, it’s still a pretty awesome game and received quite a few awesome reviews back in the day. However, if you want to claim these free games, you need to do so before 11:59 PST, tonight, which is when they return to the normal $29.99 price.