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This Is The New Lara Croft

Posted on Wednesday, June 27 @ 17:17:16 Eastern by

Remember all those Lara Croft models? Yeah, they're gone. Instead we've got Camilla Luddington. Eidos and Square Enix revealed the actress behind Lara Croft in the upcoming Tomb Radier reboot today, making a lot more sense than just some lady paid to promote the game.

English actress Camilla Luddington is the woman behind both the voice-over work and the motion-capture work for Lara Croft in the game. And while I think she's got a nice enough face, it won't be appearing in Tomb Raider next year when the game lands on store shelves.

I know... that GR has this history with... you know, nude codes in Tomb Raider, but I think you horny fans will continue to be disappointed as the series gets rebooted.
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