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The Microsoft Gamescom conference was able to show off more gameplay of Square’s Rise of the Tomb Raider.
In particular, Crystal Dynamics Brian Horton touted the games emphasis on “player choice” throughout the game. Crafting and customization of Lara’s skills has been revamped allowing players to customize their gameplay experience by either going through areas in stealth, or guns blazing.
The presentation included a video showing of a bit of the stealth-action, with Horton noting that guerrilla tactics are essential to the gameplay experience, providing players with the option to improvise their plans of attack when in combat. Players can also just sneak by some enemy encampments if they choose, again allowing a customization of the players experience.
Horton also emphasized that tomb raiding is still an integral part of Tomb Raider, showing Lara jumping, climbing, swimming, dodging and falling throughout a short video showcasing the dangers the environment around her can hold. The valley world is also three times larger than the last Tomb Raider game, so there is a lot of ground to explore in this game for players as well.
Rise of the Tomb Raider will be an exclusive for the Xbox One for about a year, and will be released on the system November 13th.
In a press release by Square Enix, they announced that fans of the Tomb Raider series on the PC and the Playstation 4 won’t have to wait too long (depending on your definition of long of course). Rise of the Tomb Raider has been known that it will release to the Xbox One and Xbox 360 on November 10th, 2015, but this is the first mention of when exactly the other platforms will be getting it. PC owners will be next in line, in particular on Steam and those who have upgraded to Windows 10, as it has been announced to be available in early 2016. Playstation 4 owners are the last to receive the game as they will be getting it one year after the Xbox owners in Holiday 2016. We last saw the heroine during E3 of this year during the Square Enix press conference, in a whole new set of gameplay and trailers during the event.
This brings some clarity to some of the concerns of fans of the franchise that didn’t know when the exclusivity deal with Microsoft would have ended in getting to play the second game of the rebooted franchise. The first game was met with a reasonably positive response from both critics and gamers alike, as the new game took steps forward in bringing Lara into the modern gaming world, and rebooted her character and her image.
Are you mad about the time exclusivity that Microsoft is getting, or is it a sacrifice for allowing competition within the gaming market?