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Submitted by DPAD Dave 838d ago | news

All Tomb Raider DLC will be multiplayer-based

Crystal Dynamics has "no plans" to release any single-player expansions for Tomb Raider, revealing that all of the game's DLC will be "based around the multiplayer experience". (PC, PS3, Tomb Raider, Xbox 360)

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CustardTrout  +   838d ago
URGH.
Nocturne147  +   838d ago
Damnit!
Canthar  +   838d ago
Missed opportunity IMO.
Darth Stewie  +   837d ago
Than why the hell would Microsoft pay for getting DLC first for 360. 95% of people buying Tomb Raider are buying the game for Single Player only. So the get content first on Xbox live is a waste compared to games like Skyrim & COD where getting DLC for those games first might actually matter to some gamers. Basically they wasted their money here, money that really could have been used for a new IP or a sequel to something like Killer Instinct.
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