Despite its own complaints in investor meetings and financial reports about the profitability (or lack thereof) regarding the first release in what has become a complete reboot of the Tomb Raider franchise, Square Enix will not be shying away from their attempts to enchant the public with the new Lara Croft. In addition to a sequel being in the works using much of the already produced technology behind March 2013’s Tomb Raider on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Windows PC, it appears that the publisher may also be planning a next-generation port of the title.
Amazon Italy has listed ‘Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition’ with a January 2014 release date and a description explaining that all Tomb Raider (2013) DLC will be included in this package as well as an art book for pre-orders. The Amazon listing has been removed as quickly as it appeared, but the story was broken by a credible mainstream media source linked to below. There’s a chance this port doesn’t exist or won’t be released. But usually when something appears on an Amazon listing it’s a 9 out of 10 chance or greater that it’s the real thing.
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