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Rise of the Tomb Raider Research Base Guide
Getting into the Tomb Raider research base is not easy, but there are some steps you can take to help you get into the base safely and get the best experience possible. In this article you will learn about some collectibles you will find in the base, some ways to beat a tomb raider, and what to do if you’re stuck in the base.
Collectibles in the tomb raider research base
During the quest in Rise of the Tomb Raider, Lara Croft is on a quest to prove her father’s claims about an ancient artifact. During the quest, Lara Croft will travel to Siberia to find the artifact. There are different collectibles in the tomb raider research base that will help you progress through the game. You will also need to complete challenges and collect documents in order to unlock different achievements.
Collectibles in the tomb raider research base are broken up into three types. The first is Relics. These are square boxes that are placed around each map. The second is Documents. These documents are used to complete challenges and can be found on makeshift desks. The third type of collectible is Frescoes. These are found on different types of maps.
Relics can be found in several different locations throughout the game. Some relics are placed behind walls and can be accessed by using large grizzly bears. The other relics are located inside of barrels. Collecting all relics is one of the easiest achievements to earn. Throughout the game, you will receive XP for finding relics. The Japanese Dog Tags are the last relic in the area.
The next area contains the ‘Big Guy’ building. The ‘Big Guy’ is a character from Fallout 4 and he has a helmet and shield. He has a second floor door that you need to open with an axe. You will need to collect a Document and a GPS Cache.
Ways to defeat a tomb raider
Getting through a Tomb Raider game isn’t always easy, especially when you encounter a difficult boss. If you’re looking to find the best ways to beat a tomb raider, you’ve come to the right place! This guide will walk you through a few ways to take out the grizzly bear in Rise of the Tomb Raider, as well as some other tips.
First, the best weapon to use for this mission is the bow. You won’t have access to a shotgun yet, so you’ll want to use this instead. The game has several difficulty settings, so you’ll want to make sure you choose the best one for your game’s requirements.
For the most part, you can’t really see the bear, so you’ll need to get close to take out the animal. Luckily, there’s a trick to making the bear alert you so you can shoot it in the face.
If you want to get the best result, you’ll want to try to lure the bear out of the cave. In addition, you’ll want to shoot it in the face, but you’ll also want to use your dodging skills to keep the bear off of you.
The best part about this strategy is that you won’t have to waste a ton of time trying to find the bear’s hiding spot. The game keeps a checkpoint after the fight’s over.
Crashing a tomb raider’s elevator
Whether you are new to Tomb Raider or just want to see what’s new, crashing a tomb raider research base’s elevator can be a fun and challenging experience. Besides, you might be able to find a secret relic or two. If so, you can go to any level in the game.
First, make sure you have the smallest item. This is a small crate that is located behind the fence on the back of the elevator shaft. You can find a pistol ammo in this crate, as well as a cryptic telegram from the GPS Secrets set.
Next, use the aforementioned item to pry off the third gear on the side of the elevator. You should also use this item to pry the cog off of the wall. You can then drop to the floor and jump to grab the console, and then use the aforementioned item to climb up the ledge.
You can also find an aiming weapon. This aiming device can be used to find a GPS cache and a third sun totem. This item is a bit more complicated to find though, as it requires a bit of searching around. You can also use the item to break through a metal barrier and then use the shogtun to shoot out a gate.