Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation

" According to Egyptian legend, Horus, son of the light, outwitted the evil God Set and imprisoned him in a secret tomb. Five thousand years later, Lara Croft discovers the lost tomb and unwittingly unleashes the evil God Set, fulfilling the ancient prophecy of his return to plunge mankind into darkness! In a race against time, Lara must use all her wit and skill to re-imprison Set and save the world from Armageddon. Pursued at every turn by her arch-rival, the unscrupulous archaeologist Werner Von Croy, Lara embarks on a journey of discovery across Egypt, where she must overcome the most ingenious puzzles and infernal traps ever devised, and face terrifying evil from beyond the grave... With more twists and turns than an Egyptian labyrinth, this is heart stopping action-adventure; a Tomb Raider that truly offers... The Last Revelation. " - Steam store page

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Support summary
Screen change: 
Hor+

Widescreen Method: 
Hud Stretch: 
  • Stretched

Multi-monitor Method: 
Multi-monitor HUD: 
  • Position Affects Gameplay

Ultra/Super-Wide Method: 
  • Hack
Ultra/Super-Wide HUD: 
  • Stretched

4k UHD Method: 
4k UHD HUD: 

Rendered cut-scenes: 
FMV cut-scenes: 
Game information
Game status:
Release Date:
Sunday, 31 October, 1999
Tested Version: 
GOG.com

Setting: 
Genre: 
Play styles: 

Developer: 
Developer feedback: 
Steam ID's: 
224980, , , ,
Comparison Screenshots
  • 4:3 Screenshot
    Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation
  • 16:10 Screenshot
    Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation
  • 16:9 Screenshot
    Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation
  • Ultra-Wide (21:9) Screenshot
    Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation
  • Super-Wide (32:9) Screenshot
    Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation
  • Eyefinity / Surround Screenshot
    Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation
Solutions & Issues
Baseline (Widescreen) Solution & Issues

Widescreen resolutions stretch from 4:3 by default. Use Tomb Raider 2,3,4 Widescreen Patch to set aspect ratio, camera distance, and FOV. The aspect ratio list in the patcher may produce the wrong aspect ratio. Enter the resolution's dimensions manually if this happens.

All 3D elements scale correctly. All 2D elements stretch from 4:3. FMV cutscenes always run at 640x480.

Some higher resolutions (e.g. 2560x1440) will crash the game ("Tomb Raider IV: Failed To Setup DirectX"). Use dgVoodoo 2 to fix resolution limit.

Some resolutions may show vertical lines for the background of the in-game menu screen (this is not caused by the widescreen patch).




Ultra/Super-Wide (21:9/32:9) Specific Solution & Issues

Same as widescreen. Use dgVoodoo 2 to fix resolution limit.




Eyefinity / Surround Specific Solution & Issues

Same as widescreen. Use dgVoodoo 2 to fix resolution limit.




4k UHD Specific Solution & Issues



Stereoscopic-3D Solution & Issues

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Submitted by Garrett on 12 September, 2015 - 02:46
Updated by Garrett on 1 February, 2016 - 09:41