Path of the Stars Puzzle

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Level One

The Path of the Stars Puzzle is a promotion for the upcoming release of Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Over a course of five weeks on every Monday a new level will be released on tombraider.com. Solving each puzzle gives the player and a plus one the opportunity to win a journey to one of the reveal events in Los Angeles, Montreal, or London on 27. April 2018.

Level One

The first level was released on 19 March 2018. It consisted of a three rings of Maya symbols that needed to be aligned in a way that the same symbol points up in all three rings. Subtle differences between the glyphs make this quite challenging. As a reward for solving the puzzle one gets the first constellation piece.

To get the first crowd unlock the puzzle had to be solved 5.000 times by the community.

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Level Two

The second level was put online on 26 March 2018. It also consists of rings of Maya glyphs that need to be aligned; however instead of three like in the first level, there now are five rings that need to be positioned correctly. As a reward for solving the puzzle one gets the second constellation piece.

To get the second crowd unlock the puzzle had to be solved 5.000 times by the community.

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Level Three

The third level was published on 3 April 2018. This time each Maya glyphs represents a numerical value; two of them have to be aligned in a way that their combined value result in one of the four digits of the release date of the game: 0914.

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Crowd Unlocks on Twitter and Flickr

The first unlocked piece of the torn-up photo was released on Twitter on March 20. Two more images were posted later that week that are not available from within the game.

First community piece from the puzzle
Published 20 March
New piece not in the puzzle
Published 21 March
New piece not in the puzzle
Published 23 March
Second community Piece from the puzzle
Published 28 March
New piece not in the puzzle
Published 30 March

Note: The sixth an final piece was never released; instead the complete image was published on Flickr on 30 March.

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