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If you fast travel between the two Flooded Archives camps, you will get 500 XP. You can repeat this an unlimited number of times to earn infinite XP.
Note: Since this is a glitch, it may be fixed in a patch.
10 outfits for Lara can be unlocked in Rise of the Tomb Raider.
Leather Jacket – default, available at the start of the game
Desert Tank – unlocked automatically in Syria
Expedition Jacket – unlocked automatically in Syberia
Gray Henley – unlocked automatically in the Gulag at the Soviet Installation
Remnant Jacket – unlocked automatically in the Soviet Installation
Commando – can be bought at the Soviet Installation’s supply shack
Infiltrator – unlocked when you complete the mission “Unlucky Ones,” which is found at the Soviet Installation
Huntress – unlocked when you complete the missions “Surveillance Disruption” and “A Hearty Meal,” both of which are given to you by a woman in the southern area of the Geothermal Valley
Sacra Umbra – unlocked when you complete the mission “Ancient Secrets,” which is given to you by the herbalist in Geothermal Valley
Other costumes have been made available through DLC and pre-order bonuses.
Lara occasionally comments “I’m not strong enough.” While this could be a coincidental phrase, it is the same phrase Lara used in Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness when she was unable to complete a task.
If you play the game on February 14, the loading screens may display the message “Happy Birthday Lara Croft,” in honor of the character’s birthday.
If you search the huts near the Copper Mill camp, you’ll find a plushie of a purple octopus (or perhaps a kraken) under one of the beds. You can also find these plushies in a hidden room near the caves in the Abandoned Mines. This is a reference to the kraken from Tomb Raider: Underworld.
The kraken in its plushie form also appeared in the 2013 reboot of Tomb Raider.
At the Soviet Installation, you can find a relic called “The Game.” If you rotate it, you’ll see it includes game pieces made of blocks that match the blocks from Tetris. This is a nod to both Tetris itself and to the fact that it was created in Russia.