Square Enix Discounts Lara Croft GO to $3.99 Today

Square Enix Discounts Lara Croft GO to $3.99 Today

MONTREAL (Oct 22, 2015) Square Enix Montréal today announced that Lara Croft GO, the successful 2015 mobile game and follow-up to last year’s hit Hitman GO®, is now available for a limited time for $3.99 on the App Store, Google Play and Windows Phone Store. The turn-based puzzle adventure featuring gaming’s most iconic heroine is available on iPhone®, iPad®, iPod Touch®, Android®, and Windows Phone.

The studio also announces the launch of its online charity auction, which is auctioning exclusive Lara Croft fan art and items to benefit the Child’s Play charity. Bundled with the winning submissions from August’s Lara Croft GO Fan Art Contest, each of the three exclusive packages include:

  • Lara Croft & Temple of Osiris® Steam Code
  • Lara Croft & Temple of Osiris Gold Edition Mini Figure
  • Lara Croft & Temple of Osiris Lithographic and Art Book
  • Exclusive Lara Croft GO 3D Viewmaster
  • Official Lara Croft GO PAX15 Poster signed by the Square Enix Montréal Development Team

All proceeds from the auction will go toward Child’s Play, a game industry charity dedicated to improving the lives of children in over 220 hospitals worldwide. All three packages are available now on eBay’s “Giving Works” platform and can be accessed here:

Square Enix Montréal also recently released the official Lara Croft GO soundtrack on Soundcloud®. Fans can download it for free now.

About Lara Croft GO
The turn-based puzzle adventure casts players as the iconic Lara Croft as she explores the ancient ruins of a long forgotten civilization. Over the span of five chapters, players must help Lara fight menacing enemies, overcome dangerous obstacles and traps, and ultimately, uncover the myth of the Queen of Venom. Along the way, players can collect ancient artifacts hidden throughout the game world to unlock classic Lara Croft features and costumes for the most nostalgic fans.

Related: Lara Croft GO Goes Live Today on iOS, Android and Windows Phones

Source: Press Release