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Tomb Raider's global brand director, Karl Stewart, confirmed on a Reddit AMA thread that there are currently no plans to create single-player focused DLC for the game.
Currently, the only DLC plans for Tomb Raider are for multiplayer additions. If you reserved the game before its release, you received a special extra tomb. Because of this, adding additional puzzle focused tombs to the game seemed like something that would be in the game's future, but it looks like that is not the case.
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As long as they don't expect the dlc to sell well. I haven't played it yet but I heard the multi is pure garbage and pointless. Great single player though.
Fine with me. love this game
Shame... don't care too much for the multiplayer, but lets hope that leaves time for another one!
That's too bad. I would have liked to seen the whole island utilized more. There are so many areas not used on the map (all the "Unknown Location" parts) and it would have been nice to see them release DLC as different areas of the island to expand on. Maybe dedicate a few areas to larger tombs with multiple traps and such, like old-school Tomb Raider games (spike pits, swinging gondolas of death, etc) or maybe an area with a Solarii/Mathias hidden bunker with extra guns/weapons cache, something of that nature. Lots of DLC possibilities.
Wow. or a game that was focused on single player, its pretty bold for them to say that.
Well darn. They could easily put in some unlockable DLC tombs or revisit areas with new missions, etc. Come on guys. >: