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An awfully strong hint from Square Enix has (almost) confirmed the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition for the new generation of consoles. Read more

Amazon Italy has listed a "Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition" for PlayStation 4, promising all the DLC included. Read more

Rogers confirms that the Tomb Raider sequel is not only happening, but it's "well into development" as well. He specifically calls it a "next-generation" sequel. Read more

You can expect to Raid more Tombs, as the author of an upcoming Tomb Raider comic tie-in talks up a sequel. Read more

Tomb Raider is bundling its various DLC bits into three distinct packs. Plus, the "Tomb of the Lost Adventurer" DLC is now available in North America. Read more

Square Enix blamed lower-than-predicted sales of Hitman: Absolution, Sleeping Dogs and Tomb Raider for unexpected losses in the last financial year as it launched a costly restructuring, yet it seemed the games weren't selling particularly poorly. So how high were Squeenix's expectations? Arguably unrealistically, it had forecast sales figures about a third higher than the games actually managed. Read more

Tomb Raider's second map pack is out today across all platforms, and Square Enix has taken the opportunity to outline upcoming DLC plans. Read more

Developer and publisher Square Enix has changed its positive predictions for the financial year from a healthy profit to a crippling loss, and announced plans to bring in reforms and restructuring. Sleeping Dogs, Hitman Absolution, Tomb Raider all failed to meet high sales expectations. The company had forecast a net profit of around $37 million for the fiscal year, which ends March 31, but has now revised that to be a whopping $138 million loss. Ouch. Read more

by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Mar 20, 2013 8:15AM PDT

You may have noticed Crystal Dynamics releasing a multiplayer map pack for Tomb Raider and wondered, "Why?" or "Will we get single-player DLC?" or "Why?" Because it's not planning to expand or continue the single-player story with DLC, that's why. Or part of the why, anyway. Read more

Tomb Raider is getting its first bit of downloadable content later this month, a "Caves and Cliffs" pack that adds three multiplayer maps for $4.99. It's a timed exclusive to Xbox 360, coming March 19. Read more