Over at Square Enix’s blog, Ben Bateman has posted a story called “There’s a survivor in all of us” which reveals some eye opening stats about the recently released Tomb Raider reboot.
In just over a week players have plundered 3,570,956 tombs, with young Lara having 13,742,891 “close calls” and managing to dodge 11,067,764 enemies.
Lara Croft’s ascent from a frightened young woman to a hardened jungle survivor has seen her kill 5,294,879 deer and 1,417,750 crabs.
Interestingly enough, of the 147,675,058 enemies that have been killed with the bow, only 20,601,083 of those were with fire arrows. Come on people! That’s not good enough. Didn’t you realise that you can set them on fire?!
Tomb Raider is available now on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.