AMD’s TressFX hair tech shown in new Tomb Raider gameplay video

By Dave Cook, Monday, 4 March 2013 17:09 GMT

Tomb Raider is the first game to benefit from AMD’s TressFX hair tech. The company has put together a Tomb Raider gameplay clip with the option turned on, showing Lara’s dark locks swinging as she battles through the start of the game.

We’ve also got a big gallery of TressFX images here.

What do you think?

Thanks AGB.

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