Square Enix didn't like the leak on the new Tomb Raider

Square Enix didn't like the leak on the new Tomb Raider

Founder of the Last Standard Media Network, Colin Moriarty, in connection with his recent paper on the next Tomb Raider.

Remember, in the Sacred Symbols podcast last weekend, Moriarty revealed the details of a piece of Tomb Raider's script that came into his hands.

According to Moriarty, after his publication, Patreon requested the removal of copyright-disrupting material from the platform. Other services where the Sacred Symbols episode is available have not affected the situation.

Moriarty is confident that the complaint came from Square Enix. The Japanese publisher still owns Crystal Dynamics and a franchise by Tomb Raider, who decided to sell the Embracer Group holding company.

According to the leak, the next Tomb Raider goes under the code name Project Jawbreaker and will be an adventure of the modern world, an amazing mysterious cataclysm.

The family drama of Lara Croft was left behind, but over the years, the hero began to suffer from loneliness, with the mysterious phenomenon of a protagonist allegedly having to cope with other tomb snatchers.

The new Tomb Raider is officially being developed on the Unreal Engine 5 engine, and it has been previously reported that future games of the series are taking place after Lara's classic adventures.