Tomb Raider Collector’s Edition Stuffs Mini Lara Croft in a Replica Survival Tin

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Square Enix has revealed its premium edition offering for next year’s Tomb Raider reboot. The $100 collectible bundle will come with a Lara Croft figurine; a lithograph art print; an island map and poster; a set of iron-on badges; a soundtrack CD; and a DLC weapon pack, all stuffed inside a replica survival tin as it would look after being recovered by the shipwrecked “Endurance.”

Tomb Raider launches March 5, 2013 on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

Tomb Raider Collector’s Edition Contents:

Play Arts -KAI- Lara Croft figurine – Lara Croft has been beautifully recreated as an 8-inch Play Arts -KAI- action figure. The figure comes with an alternate set of three hands, bow and arrow, shotgun, handgun, and an ice axe.

Double-sided island map and poster – Discover Key Landmarks from the mysterious island of Yamatai, where Lara Croft and her fellow castaways were marooned after the Endurance shipwreck, in this 15” x 19” poster. On the reverse is a poster-size image of the box art that epitomizes Lara’s origin story.

Lithographic print – An exclusive 5” x 7” Lara Croft heavy-stock lithograph print with matte frame designed by Crystal Dynamic’s Brian Horton, senior art director, and Brenoch Adams, concept artist.

Experience Shields –Three iron-on badges based on the game’s experience icons: “Animal Instincts,” the “Climbing Axe” and “Fire Arrow.”

TOMB RAIDER Original Soundtrack ‘Survivalist Cut’ – A collection of 10 tracks with over 60 minutes of music from the game.

Weapons Pack Downloadable Content – includes a variety of weapons to help Lara survive against the island’s inhabitants.

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