The images of the new Tomb Raider by GameInformer “are actual in-game screens”

To say is Karl Stewart director of  “Tomb Raider” brand on Twitter:

For all of you peeps who received your copy of #GameInformer today, those are not renders, they are ACTUAL in-game screens. #forreals

A demonstration of this is an image in particular, on page 49 of GameInformer, were you can see thethe RT/LT button, you can see  the image below:

Click here for see the complete GameInformer scans !

The new Tomb Raider does not have an official release date, will be released on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC, but the question is will set a new graphic level ?

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