The Microsoft Store has inadvertently been quite the leaker in its own right. A Tomb Raider: Definitive Survivor Trilogy has appeared on the store, following the Far Cry 6 listing from November last year.
GamesRadar+ managed to get a screenshot of what was inside the Definitive Survivor Trilogy before it was removed. And it looks to be a compilation of the reboot trilogy and all of their DLC. The compilation is also reportedly 4K and HDR-ready. The compilation also came with a release date of 18 March, which sounds like a little too soon.
There’s no official price for the Tomb Raider: Definitive Survivor Trilogy yet. That being said, it looks like something for those who have not played any of the games in the reboot series just yet. And it’s definitely a good series to pick up, especially the most recent entry. Of course, it remains to be seen if it will indeed be released on 18 March. Though we can probably expect the compilation to be announced on that date, if anything.
Depending on when it actually gets released though, it would come just in time for the Netflix animated series. Netflix is currently working on one with a plot that continues where the third game left off.