Some advice for professional game developers and marketers: Don't open up confidential information in public. Especially don't do it a on a crowded subway.
Take the case of Redditor Tripleh280, who wrote today that he was riding a Montreal subway and saw this:
Zoom in a bit and you can just make out the name Shadow of the Tomb Raider, which is also a name we've heard floated for the next game in Lara Croft's iconic series. A source told me today that this is indeed the name. It certainly fits with the last two games, Tomb Raider and Rise of the Tomb Raider. (Everything is subject to change until it's announced, of course, but this document is, as far as we can tell, legit.)
Square Enix has not yet responded to a request for comment.
"The page he was on talked about visuals," Tripleh280 told me. "I'm from Montreal, QC. I was going downtown for work and I took a quick snap. I really would love to say more but other than the title, the rest was blurry from where I was."
"But wait," you might be thinking. "Isn't Tomb Raider developed by Crystal Dynamics, a studio in San Francisco?" You would be right -- except we hear Eidos Montreal, the large studio behind Thief and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, is helming Lara Croft's next adventure.
Coincidentally, Eidos Montreal is just a few minutes away from Ubisoft Montreal, whose employees accidentally revealed Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag on an aeroplane three years ago. Stay tuned for next time, when Dragon Age 4 gets leaked on a cruise ship.