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Here's the official description:
Building on the success of the award-winning and critically acclaimed Hitman GO, Square Enix Montreal unveils an all-new, ground-breaking mobile experience: Lara Croft GO. It's Lara Croft as you've never seen her before: a turn-based puzzle experience set in a long-forgotten world, delivering gorgeous visuals, a mesmerizing soundtrack and challenging gameplay, all at your fingertips.
The game is due out sometime later this year.
Source: Tomb Raider (YouTube)
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