How to Play Rise of the Tomb Raider with Eye Tracking

Your natural gaze enhances the fluidity of your gameplay.

Let your eyes take aim, throw incendiary objects to enemies and extend the borders of your screen.

Featuring epic, high-octane action moments set in the most beautifully hostile environments on earth, Rise of the Tomb Raider delivers a cinematic survival action adventure where you will join Lara Croft on her first tomb raiding expedition.

Genre: Action, Adventure

Platform: PC, Eye Tracker

Publisher: Square Enix

Developer: Crystal Dynamics

Store: Steam

Eye Tracking Features

Without Eye Tracking

You interact with the world of Rise of the Tomb Raider using only your controller.

With Eye Tracking

The camera will automatically snap and lock your aim to the target you are looking at – adding target acquisition speed and accuracy to the gameplay. This feature is especially effective when combined with “Gaze Split Shot” (Double or Triple shot skill) and the “True Shot” skill (auto-headshot).

Without Eye Tracking

Your experience of the gameworld is limited to the scene that fits within your screen.

With Eye Tracking

The center of the screen follows as you turn your head and look towards the edge of the screen – improving situational awareness.

Without Eye Tracking

You aim manually with your input device and click to cast the object. The camera will center on the target spot.

With Eye Tracking

Aim with your eyes, and click to cast objects. For the first time the in-game camera doesn’t snap to the target location – allowing a cinematic naturalness never seen before. Combine this feature with Extended View to maximize situational awareness and improve rapid decision making while under attack.

Without Eye Tracking

Highlight interactable objects by bringing your avatar closer to them.

With Eye Tracking

Scan your surroundings with your gaze to highlight interactables – adding resource acquisition awareness and speed to your gameplay. Combine this feature with Extended View to maximize object recognition.

Without Eye Tracking

HUD elements like tutorials, missions and tooltips that pop up on your screen every now and then are visible during gameplay.

With Eye Tracking

HUD elements like tutorials, missions and tooltips that pop up on your screen will dim down and become nearly transparent – allowing you less distractions while playing.

What is Eye Tracking?

Learn about the technology that gives gamers the ability to play in new, immersive ways, while allowing game studios to create powerful game experiences that was previously impossible.


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