Rise of the Tomb Raider will be released tomorrow and if you haven’t done so already, you can actually preload the game on Steam. Now if there is one advantage to playing the game on the PC, is that the quality of the game is affected by your hardware, meaning that for those of you with higher-end gaming rigs, you will be able to enjoy the game with better graphics.


In fact it seems that a new video has been released that showcases the PC version of the game and also dives into the technical aspects of it. Basically it seems to show off how with technology like HBAO+, 16x Anisotropic Filtering, hardware tessellation, and so on, Rise of the Tomb Raider for the PC looks like a very different beast compared to its Xbox One counterpart.

Some of the differences might not be very obvious right away, but the video does a good job of showing you what you can expect. In fact if anything, the video is pretty much the same as the screenshots we saw the other day. Of course you will probably need a pretty good setup if you wish to play the game at those levels, so if you don’t, we guess you’d be out of luck.

The minimum PC requirements for the game has been released so you can check that out if you want. In the meantime PS4 gamers will have to wait until later this year to get their hands on the PS4 copy of the game.

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