|Crystal has "no plans in place for any single player expansions" to Tomb Raider|
|Posted: 20.03.2013 13:01 by Simon Priest||Comments: 6|
All downloadable content for Tomb Raider presently in the works is multiplayer based and that's the way it's apparently going to stay. There'll be no singleplayer additions like more hidden tombs to solve.
This is a little odd considering how easy it would be to sprinkle in some more tomb puzzles to crack. The Japanese island is still largely unexplored by Lara. Caves and Cliffs is the latest DLC.
Tomb Raider, even the new one, is definitively singleplayer but Crystal Dynamics appears to be done with Lara's personal journey, which is a pity given how great it was.
"There are currently no plans in place for any single player expansions," global brand manager Karl Stewart commented during a . "All of our DLC is based around the multiplayer experience for now." The tombs within the rebooted Tomb Raider are all optional and have some head-scratching puzzles to overcome - they're pretty neat.
Caves and Cliffs is now available for Tomb Raider on Xbox 360 for 400 MSP adding three new multiplayer maps.