When Crystal Dynamics said they weren't going to support the new Tomb Raider with "expansions," gamers let out a sigh of relief -- for once, feeling like they bought a complete game at launch.
But that doesn't mean some form of DLC is on the way, evidenced by the fact that there were over $25 of outfits and other multiplayer fixins day one. Following up on that, the newest costume DLC has leaked, courtesy of All Games Beta -- and it's not all that exciting.
You'll get three costumes for an unknown price, but in all likelihood it'll be 240 MSP ($3.00) for the lot of them, like the other paid DLC. If you ask me, the only DLC costume they need to make is the classic outfit.
Dull skins aside, the new Tomb Raider is my second favorite game of the year so far (next to Ni No Kuni), and it really deserves a lot of credit for providing a full, deep single player experience. I hope that the game's "poor sales" (read: not actually poor) don't ruin the chances for a sequel.
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