Tomb Raider Shipwrecked Multiplayer Pack

Written by on Wed, May 8, 2013 10:01 AM
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Square Enix, Inc. announced the release of the latest Tomb Raider multiplayer map pack, titled Shipwrecked.

Available from Tuesday, May 7th, on the Xbox Live Marketplace, PlayStation Store and Steam, the Shipwrecked Map Pack features two new multiplayer levels. Take a look below...

Lost Fleet

A massive beached ship serves as a dangerous battleground filled with twists, turns, and traps. A perfect place to test those natural-born acrobatic skills your were always bragging about. Just be careful not to break something!

 

Himiko's Cradle

Danger lurks around every corner in this mountain top shrine. The area is sacred to the scavengers and will be your final resting place if you are not careful. Want to grab some new shiny trinket, now is your chance!

 

 

 

Tomb Raider fans will be able to purchase the downloadable content today for 320 Microsoft Points, $3.99 on PlayStation Store, and $3.99 on Steam.

Are you excited to try these new maps with your friends? Or would you rather see more singleplayer content? Share your thoughts below!

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16:23 May-08-2013

I hope this fails so companies realize not every game can just have multiplayer in it especially an adventure/exploration game. Who even plays this in multiplayer. There are hundreds of shooter games that are made for multiplayer this was just a poor decision.

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17:41 May-08-2013

I hate how most of the games nowadays has a Multiplayer, especially if it's totally out of place. So, basically, I agree to what you said. Developers should strive towards making the single-player unforgettable and/or adding replay-value.

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16:18 May-08-2013

i think this is the way to go as singleplayer will only contain tombs to raid as i think the story was not left open to any more expansion
or was it
i havent completed it yet

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14:04 May-08-2013

Every body wants Single player content. Multilayer is a big NO.More single player content will Enhance the game Experience Further. & people will wait for another game.

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14:03 May-08-2013

God dang it! I want more single-player content, I really enjoyed this game..

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13:54 May-08-2013

I'd rather more singleplayer content.

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11:51 May-08-2013

HI i am now buying my new streaming pc and i have a avermedia live gamer Hd but, my question is will FX 6300 bottleneck a GTX 680 ?

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12:19 May-08-2013

that rig is insane!

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11:36 May-08-2013

Oh, nice!
Don''t forget that you'll have a chance to win a copy of Tomb Raider in our upcoming Music Event!

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12:36 May-08-2013

nooooooooooooooooooooo

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