New Tomb Raider Info!

New information is out, regarding Lara Croft’s newest adventure.

Crystal Dynamics global brand director, Karl Stewart, shared with the fans via Twitter, that next year’s Tomb Raider will have a 12-15 hours campaign, depending on the gamers’ play styles.

Furthermore, Lara will have regenerative health, and even though she is able to swim, there will be no swimming sections.

Also, when asked about the possibility of a sequel, the director said “of course” Crystal Dynamics will make a second game if the first one is successful.

Our take on these news: I’m a little disappointed that there will be regenerating health (because, let’s be honest: what kind of a survival experience is that, if you automatically heal just by taking cover behind a wall or whatnot?). A 12-15 hours campaign sounds reasonable, but I would like to see some incentives to come back a second time. What is interesting (to say at least) is the fact that even if Lara can swim… she won’t. Sooo, what, the feature is implemented, but the actual sequences aren’t in the game? Maybe in a future DLC? Maybe in the rumored sequel? We’ll just have to wait and see.

Tomb Raider is set for release on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC on March 5, 2013. For more tomb raiding businesses, including our review, stay tuned to Analog Addiction.

Source: Gamespot

Vlad Pintea is excited to play a new Tomb Raider game after so many years. You can expect a review from him when the game ships next year. Until then, you can contact him via e-mail at vlad94pintea@yahoo.com or vlad94pintea@gmail.com, on Skype, My IGN, Steam (all at the same name: vlad94pintea) or Facebook (Vlad Pintea). Have a good day and remember! Stay calm and keep on gaming!

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