Eidos has popped a PC demo of Tomb Raider: Underworld on the internet.

The sampler, weighing 1.2GB, can be grabbed from FileShack. Inside is the same Thailand-based intro level from the Xbox 360 demo released earlier this week.

Tomb Raider: Underworld was in much the same form at the Eurogamer Expo this week, of course, but failed to resonate enough to land a place in the top 10 games of the show.

There's no sign of a PS3 demo, either; Eidos did say the Xbox 360 one would be exclusive, mind you.

Lara returns for her latest adventure on Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii on 21st November.

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