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The post-credits scene shows Lara at the Croft Manor and includes several references to past games in the series as well as Shadow of the Tomb Raider itself.
On the wall, you can see one of the three Noh Masks and the Japanese Ceremonial Dagger collectible from Tomb Raider (2013), as well as the Yamatai Sword collectible from Rise of the Tomb Raider’s Blood Ties DLC. There is also a shelf that contains the Tialoc Vase from Shadow of the Tomb Raider and a photograph of the characters from Tomb Raider (2013). Near the shelf, you can also see Lara’s bow alongside her climbing axe from Rise of the Tomb Raider, alongside the Silver Box from Shadow of the Tomb Raider.
Near the figurine of the White Queen, from the puzzles in Shadow of the Tomb Raider, you can see a book on the shelf called Tale of the White Queen. There is an actual novel with this title, which this may be a reference to.
There is also a drawing on the wall of Lara with her parents, along with a dinosaur and a pyramid, in a reference to the original Tomb Raider.
Lara’s butler from the series appears in this scene as well.
In the post-credits scene, you can briefly see a letter on the desk alongside the Silver Box. However, in the original scene, the letter is clearly visible and you can see from the return address that it was sent by Jacqueline Natla. Natla is the main antagonist of the original game, implying that either this leads into the events of the first game or that the next game will involve Natla in some way. This version of the scene also includes the pistols Lara wielded in the original games.
This scene was removed in a day-one patch and can only be viewed in versions of the game that were never updated. The developers claim it was included by mistake.
Numerous optional outfits are available for Lara, which you can change at any campfire—including ones that completely change her character model into those from Tomb Raider 2 and Angel of Darkness.
To unlock the Lockpick (to open locked treasure chests) and the Rope Ascender (to get past barriers), you’ll need to go to The Hidden City and do the “Find Takiy’s Dice” side mission by talking to the boy sitting at the base of the hill near the market. The fifth of the outcasts you must talk to during the mission is a merchant who will sell you these tools. They are optional tools not required for continuing the main story.
To unlock the Reinforced Knife upgrade (to cut rope barriers), you’ll need to either buy it from a merchant in The Hidden City or complete the “Stay of Execution” mission in the Upper City. Completing the mission will unlock the upgrade. This upgrade is optional, not required for continuing the main story.
Numerous costumes are available for Lara. Some are available by default, while others need to be unlocked. The ones obtained with the game or through the story do not need to be crafted, while the rest need to be crafted after you unlock them.
In addition to these, there are also three Classic Outfits that mimic Lara’s look from the old games, as well as several additional costumes unlocked if you have save data from either Tomb Raider (2013) or Rise of the Tomb Raider.
There are nine Challenge Tombs, all of which can be completed either during the game once you’ve reached their respective areas or afterwards in free-roam mode. Each Challenge Tomb rewards you with a new skill once you complete it. If you’re having trouble getting through the Challenge Tombs, use the video guide below for help.
There are many collectibles hidden in each area of Shadow of the Tomb Raider, including murals, relics, survival caches, and more. If you’re having trouble finding any of them, use the video guide below (divided according to area) to help you find them all.