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Shadow of the Tomb Raider PS1 Skin: How to Unlock Lara’s Retro Outfit(s)

Crystal Dynamics may have handed over the reins to Eidos Montreal, but there’s still a great deal of respect for Lara Croft’s legacy over the past decade and beyond. Take the Shadow of the Tomb Raider PS1 skin, designed to make you feel both very old and also want to poke your eyeballs out with a rusty spoon thanks to jagged edges and ugly polygons. But I digress: you’re here because you want to uncover love letters to Ms. Croft’s past, including Tomb Raider 2 and *shudder* Angel of Darkness skins. Here’s how to unlock Lara’s retro outfits.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider PS1 Skin: How to Unlock Lara’s Retro Outfit(s)

A YouTuber by the name of Unalexismas has given gamers a sneak peek at what to explain from the Shadow of the Tomb Raider outfits in his video. It appears, as backed up by PC Gamer, that you’ll be able to sit down at any campfire once you’ve unlocked the “Inventory” function during the opening hours and change Lara’s costume at will.

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(Image: Unalexismas)

Along with the Tomb Raider 2 outfit, there’s a Angel of Darkness outfit, plus a wide range of others, including:

  • Adventurer
  • Survivor
  • Remnant Jacket
  • Commando
  • Desert Tank
  • Infiltrator
  • Siberian Ranger
  • Shadow Runner
  • Wraithskin
  • Leather Jacker
  • Gray Henley
  • Blue Henley
  • Bomber Jacket

Shadow of the Tomb Raider PS1 Skin: How to Equip Outfits

While it’s surprisingly easy to unlock the Shadow of The Tomb Raider PS1 skin, it’s even easier to equip it. Simply sit down at a campfire for a bit of R&R, select the middle “inventory” option and, upon having the “Outfits” tab opened for you, scroll up to “Full Body” outfits. From there, you can select and choose any outfit, such as those listed above, for Lara to wear on her trails. But, if you want to keep it retro and cover yourself in the warm blanket that is nostalgia, definitely choose the Tomb Raider 2 skin.