Lara's Outfits

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Laras Outfits

Lara's Outfits are numerous throughout the different games and other instalments.

In the original Tomb Raider Lara started off wearing her green top trademark outfit during the adventure and a Home Outfit in the Lara's Home level. The trademark outfit made its return in Tomb Raider II. In addition to it Lara had a new Home Outfit, a Sola Diving Suit, the Tibet Outfit - basically her standard outfit with a jacket and a Nightgown. Tomb Raider III again brought us a couple of new outfits for Lara. In The Last Revelation, the fourth instalment of the series Lara wore her basic outfit only, with the exception of a flashback where she wore another outfit as 16-year-old. Tomb Raider Chronicles brought us a few new outfits again, still including her basic outfit.

The Angel of Darkness was the first game not to include Lara's green-top outfit. Here she got a brand new adventure outfit (in long and short version) and was also seen in a Jeans and new diving suit outfit.

Tomb Raider Legend presented yet another outfit for Lara, the green top being shown in flashbacks however. In Tokyo Lara switched her regular outfit for an evening dress and in Kasachstan, as well as Nepal, Lara opted for a cold weather outfit. For the first time a number of additional outfits could be unlocked and worn in-game.

Tomb Raider Anniversary saw the return of Lara's green top. Again the game also offered a variety of alternative outfits, just like the follow-up Tomb Raider Underworld did.

The Tomb Raider (2013) reboot game came with a basic outfit of torn clothes that was somewhat reminiscent of the original, although it included long cargo trousers. Other outfits were part of a pre-order deal or had to be bought as a DLC.

The Lara Croft Series of games also offered a wide variety of different outfits, and in the mobile Lara Croft: Relic Run they even can be used to modify Lara's abilities and can be upgraded.

In the Movies Lara's outfits were also very different from the games.

Tomb Raider

Tomb Raider II

Tomb Raider III

Tomb Raider IV - The Last Revelation

Tomb Raider Chronicles

The Angel of Darkness

Tomb Raider Legend


Full List

Tomb Raider Anniversary

Tomb Raider Underworld

In-Game Outfits

Exclusive Xbox 360 Outfits

Several exclusive outfits are available for download via Xbox Live Marketplace.

Six more outfits were released with Beneath the Ashes:

In Lara's Shadow one can play as Lara's Doppelgänger in her outfit:

Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light

Tomb Raider (2013)

In Tomb Raider (2013) there's one playable outfit unless one wants to download more. Two outfits (Hunter and Aviatrix) were part of exclusive pre-order deals. The outfits can be changed at Base Camps and Day Camps during gameplay.

"Lara's default outfit. a blue-grey tank top."[1]

Downloadable Outfits

There are few outfits that can be downloaded for charge

An exclusive outfit that dresses Lara up as a classic 1930s adventurer, bomber jacket and all.
An exclusive Hunter skin, an outfit that camouflages Lara in a heavy coating of mud, action movie-style.
"This outfit makes Lara look like a jungle warfare guerilla."[2]
"With the Sure-Shot outfit, Lara wears a competition style archery suit with high boots and forearm guards."[3]
"The Mountaineer outfit features the padded vest, grapples, and harness of an expert climber."[4]
"Outfit Lara with the Demolition gear, featuring an engineering jumpsuit and belt pack."[5]

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris

The Season Pass for Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris contains the following Outfit Packs for all playable characters:

Lara Croft: Relic Run

There are four different outfits in Lara Croft: Relic Run. Each possesses distinct properties.

Lara Croft GO

There are so far 13 Outfits for Lara Croft GO.

The first three are included in the PlayStation 4/Vita versions, but have to purchased separately on Android and iOs: all three are included in the Square Enix Universe Outfit Pack, which costs 1.99€.

The next two outfits are available from the beginning:

All other outfits have to be gained by playing the game and collecting items in the levels:

Complete the Gilded Skull to unlock
Complete the Twin Snakes to unlock
Complete the Frozen Spider to unlock
Complete the Blood Salamander to unlock
Complete the Necklace of Dreams to unlock
Complete all Gem sets to unlock
Complete the Sacred Beetle to unlock
Complete the Eye of the Abyss to unlock

Rise of the Tomb Raider

There is a confusing amount of Outfits in Rise of the Tomb Raider, varying by platform, game version, and pre-order bonus. This lists all outfits, regardless of how to obtain it.

Brown hide and fur outfit made from deer skins.
OUTFIT BONUS: Reduces the delay before health begins regenerating when damaged.
Earned for finishing the Mission A Hearty Meal.
OUTFIT BONUS: Non-predatory animals scare less easy, making them easy prey.
Light colored hide top with a gray scarf. Ideal for hunting in snowy environments.
Part of the Best Buy (US) / Amazon (EU) pre-order pack.
Heavy bear hide and fur jacket. Adorned with the claws of defeated foes.
OUTFIT BONUS: All damage from predatory animals is decreased.
Part of the Apex Predator Pack, originally a Gamestop pre-order pack, released 12 January 2016.
Ancient dark metal armor with a bear fur cowl. Attire suited for the elite guardians of Kitezh.
OUTFIT BONUS: Reduces damage from Greek Fire.
Part of the Prophet's Legacy pack, released 22 December 2015.
Cost: Bear Hide 2, Chromite Ore 10, Salvage 35
Thick chain mail and black plated armor. A relic from a darker age.
OUTFIT BONUS: Reduces the delay before health begins regenerating when damaged.
Earned for finishing the mission Ancient Secrets.
A mix of woven chain mail, a thick blue shirt, and exotic fur cowl.
OUTFIT BONUS: Firing arrows sometimes won't reduce the count of available ammo.
Part of the Hope's Bastion Pack, released 12 January 2016.
Woven chain mail and knitted long-sleeve shirt with leather straps. Solid protection for any adventure.
OUTFIT BONUS: Reduces the delay before health begins regenerating when damaged.
Part of the Ancient Vanguard Pack, released 12 January 2016.
All black clothing with a tactical vest and matching beanie.
OUTFIT BONUS: Firing bullets/shells sometimes won't reduce the count of available ammo.
Green, long sleeve shirt and a light tactical vest. Practical attire for both exploration and combat.
OUTFIT BONUS: Increased carrying capacity of all special ammunition.
Part of the Siberian Ranger pack, released 24 November 2015.
Cost: Boar Fat 5, Technical Parts 15, Cloth 35
Camouflage pants and black tank top with tactical vest.
OUTFIT BONUS: Reduces the delay before health begins regenerating when damaged.
Can be bought from the Supply Shack in the Soviet Installation.
Camouflage pants and matching olive shirt with a tactical vest and scarf.
OUTFIT BONUS: Reduces the delay before health begins regenerating when damaged.
Earned for finishing the mission Unlucky Ones.
Gray hooded sweatshirt under a dark leather jacket. Casual clothing for a simpler life.
Light, gray tank top. Exploring old tombs has made it rather dirty.
Modern, insulated winter coat in a red and black palette. Perfect for mountain climbing and other extreme conditions.
Modern, insulated winter coat in an all white palette. Light coloring helps keep cool and blend into snowy surroundings.
Part of the Endurance Mode DLC.
Gray, long sleeve thermal shirt. Essential in colder environments for keeping warm.
Blue, long-sleeve thermal shirt. A loose weave retains heat but allows for breathability.
Released on 15 December 2015 as Community Reward for 2 million raided tombs.
Brown canvas jacket received from Jacob. Lightweight yet sturdy.
Part of the Remnant Resistant Pre-order Pack.
Camouflage canvas jacket that is worn in places from previous usage.
OUTFIT BONUS: Reduces the delay before health begins regenerating when damaged.
Earned for finishing the mission Defensive Strategy.
Remnant outfit inspired by their Byzantine heritage.
OUTFIT BONUS: Manual healing has a chance to bandage without using any resources.
Part of a pre-order pack.
Traditional explorer jacket, an orange scarf, and a vintage pick axe.
OUTFIT BONUS: Increased melee damage.
Part of the Endurance Mode DLC.
The mask and vestments worn by the witch, Serafima. A fearsome, animalistic outfit designed to strike terror into the hearts of your enemies.
OUTFIT BONUS: Increase the duration of your poison arrow clouds.
Earned for completing the Baba Yaga: The Temple of the Witch DLC.
Hide garb pieced together from various exotic skins. Accented with a simple scarf for warmth.
OUTFIT BONUS: Chance of looting an exotic animal resource from a common animal.
Part of the Wilderness Survivor Pack bundle, released 9 February 2016.
Nostalgic leather jacket, high-laced boots, and a bright red scarf.
OUTFIT BONUS: Increased explosive arrow radius.
Part of the Valiant Explorer Pack bundle, originally released 22 December 2015 by mistake; the official release date was February 2016.

Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration

Available throughout the game

The following outfit is available throughout the whole game:

Inspired by the classic Antarctica Outfit from Tomb Raider III

Available in Expedition Modes only

The following outfits are only available in Expeditions and in free roam after finishing the campaign:


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