Earlier today, Square Enix & Crystal Dynamics announced that their RISE OF THE TOMB RAIDER game will be heading to PC’s later this month.

As many of us know The action-adventure game debuted in November 2015 as a timed-exclusive for Microsoft on the Xbox One and Xbox 360 which, apparently, sold “Over 1 Million Copies” according to Microsoft.

The PC edition of Rise of the Tomb Raider was developed by Crystal Dynamics and Nixxes Software. It WILL support 4K resolution to offer “stunning new detail.” So for those who like gaming in 4k can catch a glimpse at the visuals by clicking on these images posted below.

“PC players are a passionate, devoted audience and we know they’ll embrace the version created for their systems,” Crystal Dynamics co-studio head Ron Rosenberg said in a statement.

Rise of the Tomb Raider will be available through physical retailers and online marketplaces such as Steam, the Windows Store, and Square Enix’s own store. The standard edition will go for $60, while a Digital Deluxe Edition–featuring the game and its DLC pass–will sell for $90.

A special Collector’s Edition, which comes with the Digital Deluxe version and a 12-inch Lara Croft statue, replicas of Lara’s journal and jade necklace, and a steel case, will sell for $150. It will be available at Square Enix’s online store.

Below you will find the minimum specs requirements to run the game as well as the official launch trailer.

PC Minimum Specifications:
OS: Windows 7 64bit
Processor: Intel Core i3-2100 or AMD equivalent
GPU: NVIDIA GTX 650 2 GB or AMD HD7770 2 GB
HD Space: 25 GB
DirectX: DirectX 11
Input: Mouse + Keyboard

Rise of the Tomb Raider is also coming to PlayStation 4, but not until holiday 2016.

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