Earlier this week, Square Enix released a Windows Phone version of Lara Croft GO, the new puzzle-based game in the long-running Tomb Raider franchise. Now, the publisher has launched a Windows 10 version of the game that supports cross-buy and cloud saves with its Windows Phone counterpart.
While there's no Xbox Live support in the game, people who purchase the Windows 10 version of Lara Croft GO will be able to get the Windows Phone version for free, and vice-versa. The cloud save support means that if you stop and save on the Windows 10 version of the game, you can continue where you left off on the Windows Phone version. Again, that works the other way as well.
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