Steam users will soon be able to tuck into remastered versions of Tomb Raider, Tomb Raider II, and Tomb Raider III: Adventures of Lara Croft.

While the original PlayStation trilogy is available on Steam right now, they're pretty spotty in places as the whole set is basically the DOS ports running through an emulator. As such, they're full of performance issues and are, well, just not all that fun to play.

Enter developer Realtech VR, who is bringing the trinket-pinching adventure games to Steam in remastered form based on the mobile versions of the titles. Not only will these offer 1080p and 60fps support, but they will feature a new 3D engine and include the chance to play with a controller. 

The remastered versions of Tomb Raider 1, 2, and 3 have not been given a release date yet but we'll keep you posted. Note that you can snap them up on Steam for free but you will need to have already purchased the existing DOS versions of the games. 

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