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Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition Announced for Next-Gen Systems
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 12.08.2013



An enhanced take on Crystal Dynamics' Tomb Raider reboot has been announced for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game, titled Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, will release on the next-gen systems on January 28th and will include 1080p graphics and new bonus content.

Crystal Dynamics said in a statement, "The team didn't simply up-rez the game, they pulled it apart and rebuilt it with obsessive detail and new technology, finally allowing us to reach a vision for the game that we always wanted."

Included in the visual enhancement is a the TressFX hair rendering technology and revamped character models, along with a tone of DLC content including the Tomb of the Lost Adventurer pack. People who buy the game will also get a copy of the Tomb Raider: The Beginning comic book, the digital art book Tomb Raider: The Art of Survival and the Final Hours of Tomb Raider behind-the-scenes documentary.

The Xbox One version of the game will include Kinect support for the in-game menus on Xbox One, while the PS4 version will include Vita streaming and use the lights on the Dualshock 4 controller.


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