Rise of The Tomb Raider Coming in 2016 for PCs and PS4

Square Enix has announced that Rise of The Tomb Raider will hit the stores on early 2016 for PCs and in late 2016 for PlayStation 4

After launching trailers of Rise of The Tomb Raider, Square Enix has announced that the game will hit the stores on early 2016 for PCs and in late 2016 for PlayStation 4. Rise of the Tomb Raider  is a sequel to 2012 game Tomb Raider. The game release dates for XBox One and XBox 360 were announced in Microsoft’s E3 2015 Press Conference. Rise of the Tomb Raider will be released on 10 November 2015 for Microsoft Game Consoles and it will be an exclusive game for Xbox 360 and Xbox One for almost a year. Gamers who own a PS4 will have to wait for almost a year to play Tomb Raider on there PS4’s.

On PCs, the Game will be released on Steam and Windows 10 Operating System. Square Enix has not made any announcement about game compatibility on Windows 7 or Windows 8.x. Square Enix has made announcements via a Blog Post.

The game is said to have an improved combat system. Lara Croft, The lead protagonist of the game will have the ability to hide herself behind the bushes and also she will be able to climb on the trees. In the weapons departments Bow and Guns are present just as the Previous game. Players will also have a Knife in game for melee attack and sneak attack.

E3 Trailer: RISE OF THE TOMB RAIDER

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Windows 7 is no longer in mainstream support : Should you worry ?

Windows 7, one of the best OS made by Microsoft has recently gone out of mainstream support, and a lot of people may be worried about it. Should you be? Let’s find out.

Windows 7, one of the best OS made by Microsoft has recently gone out of mainstream support, and a lot of people may be worried about it. Should you be? Let’s find out.

THE SUPPORT SYSTEM

Microsoft has a 10 year software support system for its Operating System. For the first 5 years it is called mainstream support and after that period Windows undergoes to Extended period of support which is also is of 5 years.
In 2014 the extended support for Windows XP was finished. Windows 7 was released in 2009 and now it is the time for Windows 7 is to go to extended support.

SHOULD YOU WORRY?

Absolutely not. Windows 7 will keep running but you will not get the Phone Assistance and Non-Security updates. In mainstream support system Microsoft provides Fixes for Bugs and adds performance enhancements if possible. You are not going to get Non-Security updates anymore. Microsoft will continue to provide Security updates and protection against zero day threats.
Keep running Windows 7 and you will only need to care on January of 2020 when Microsoft will discontinue providing security updates for windows 7

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