Crystal Dynamics has released Gear Up Guide #26, featuring Lara’s various outfits from the Rise of the Tomb Raider video-game.

The guides include character turnarounds, accessories, and a note from the Art Director Brenoch Adams.

Wraithskin Outfit
The Wraithskin outfit comes paired with the Dreamstinger Bow and is available after Lara ventures through the Wicked Vale in Baba Yaga: The Temple of the Witch. Featuring a headpiece made from modified bear skull and sheep horns, the outfit strikes terror into the hearts of enemies and increases the duration of poison arrow clouds. Atop the skull is a piece of bear fur that drapes over the back of Lara’s neck. A two tone, sleeveless stitch patchwork leather tunic with hood matches asymmetrical leather arm gauntlets and bear claw finger extensions. Layered skirting stays in place with a leather waist wrap threaded through hanging human skulls sawed off at the lower rear section of the cranium. Bound bear fur moccasins cover her feet. The Dreamstinger Bow is crafted out of smooth Manzanita wood, a leather grip with feather cluster accents and a bone vertebrae bow arm reinforcement. At the ends, the lower jaw of the bear splits into matching covers, with metal grommets to provide strength and stability reinforcement.

Gear Up Guide - Wraithskin

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More outfits in the near future.

Rise of the Tomb Raider builds upon the formula that made Tomb Raider a success, and features the return of Camilla Luddington as Lara Croft. Camilla will take character performance to new heights as Lara pushes herself beyond human limits and is confronted with what it means to become a hero. Once again, Crystal Dynamics is proud to have the award-winning author Rhianna Pratchett as a key member of the writing team, helping craft a story that delves into Lara’s inner turmoil and motivations in this critical second act of her journey.

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