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Shadow of the Tomb Raider: How to Get Off Rope


Shadow of the Tomb Raider: How to Get Off Rope

How to Get Off Rope in Shadow of the Tomb Raider

Shadow of the Tomb Raider has you once again taking on the role of the one and only tomb raider, Lara Croft. She’s back at it again with the desecration of ancient tombs, and her parkour abilities have returned with her. As usual, she’s going to be doing a lot of climbing around, and with great height comes a lot of ropes. If you’re not trying to continue using one, though, you’re going to want to hop off. Here’s how to get off rope in Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

When you’re on a rope and want to get off, you simply need to press Circle if you’re on PS4 or B if you’re on Xbox One. Ah, the good ol’ “Cancel” button. That universal button that says, “Never mind.”

This will cause Lara to drop exactly over what she’s currently hovering atop of. If she doesn’t listen at first to this, just mash it again. I was having a bit of trouble getting her to agree with me. Get down, dammit, Lara!

If you’re vertically on a rope and would rather descend a bit before you outright jump off, hold L2 if you’re on PS4 or LT if you’re on Xbox One and you’ll slowly descend down it. This is good for measuring whether you’re going to die from a drop or if you need more momentum while swinging.

That’s all there is to it! That’s how you get off rope in Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Enjoy being a little monkey in the game. If you need any other help with it, you can check out our wiki. We’re constantly updating it, so you’re no doubt going to find help with whatever you need. If you’d rather ask us directly, leave your question in the comments down below and we’ll do our best to get back to you.

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