Today, Ubisoft announced that Lara Croft from Crystal Dynamics’ Tomb Raider will explore the halls of Brawlhalla as an Epic Crossover. Players can now make their own luck as Lara Croft in a special Tomb Raider in-game event that kicks off today through March 16. The in-game event features a new game mode, map, and music, as well as a new Podium, main menu takeover and bonus daily login gold.
The Lara Croft Epic Crossover mirrors the abilities of existing Brawlhalla Legend Diana but charts her own course with unique signature attack designs, custom select animations, sound effects, two brand-new weapon skins, and a dedicated roster spot.
A first for Epic Crossovers, Lara Croft also comes bundled with an additional skin: Survivor. Survivor Lara Croft has two more weapon skins (for four weapon skins total) and, when selected, changes the Lara Croft roster spot. The Lara Croft Epic Crossover bundle is available for 300 Mammoth Coins via the in-game store and will still be available for purchase after the event concludes.
Temple Climb: a new Tomb Raider–themed game mode
With a vertically scrolling map, the new Temple Climb game mode challenges players to ascend to new heights while battling for supremacy. The way up is treacherous, as pressure plates placed along the way will trigger traps that hurtle cannonballs, spring spikes, and ignite flames for Legends to dodge. The Temple Climb game mode will have a queue during the Tomb Raider Crossover Event and will still be playable in custom games after the event ends.
Developed by Blue Mammoth, Brawlhalla is an epic free-to-play platform fighting game that brings players to the fight for glory in the halls of Valhalla. Brawlhalla supports cross-platform play for more than 30 million players on the Nintendo Switch™ system, PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, the Xbox One family of devices including Xbox One X, and Windows PC. Choosing from over 47 unique characters, players can jump into single-player and co-op modes as well as online and local competitions. Brawlhalla will also be coming to mobile in 2020, with cross-platform play planned at launch.