Those who haven’t yet played the reboot­ed Tomb Raider tril­o­gy may be get­ting a new way to expe­ri­ence them soon. Appar­ent­ly, there will be a bun­dle includ­ing all three reboot­ed titles, named the Tomb Raider: Defin­i­tive Sur­vivor Trilogy.

Accord­ing to the Microsoft Store list­ing, which now gives an error mes­sage, the bun­dle will be out on March 18th. It con­tains Tomb Raider, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Shad­ow of the Tomb Raider. All three games are already avail­able on PS4 and PC.

The Tomb Raider reboots reimag­ined Lara Croft as a young archae­ol­o­gist, and through these games, turns her into the Tomb Raider most old­er gamers know. While these three titles bring to light the birth of Lara Croft, it’s unclear if there will be a fourth game for the reboot series.

These new games were pub­lished by Square Enix and devel­oped by Crys­tal Dynam­ics, but the dev team has been rather busy with Mar­vel’s Avengers. It has been strug­gling to gain trac­tion after launch­ing last year, and they were already work­ing on it by the time Shad­ow of the Tomb Raider came out. They hand­ed off the devel­op­ment of Shad­ow to Eidos Mon­tre­al, to work on Avengers.