Tomb Raider Q&A session reveals game length, lack of swimming-based gameplayWritten by: / / No Comments
If you’re hungry for every last detail about Crystal Dynamics’ upcoming Tomb Raider reboot then a recent question and answer session held on the game’s official Twitter profile is sure to provide you with some new nuggets of information.
During the hour-long session, Crystal Dynamics’ community manager Meagan Marie revealed that Lara won’t be doing any swimming in the game outside of cut-scenes, and that the game should take somewhere between twelve and fifteen hours to complete. Other interesting titbits that were shared during the Q&A include Lara having regenerative health during gameplay, and the developer being committed to a sequel if Tomb Raider sells well.
Crystal Dynamics promises to reveal more details about the game next month, including new information about Tomb Raider’s traversal mechanics and optional content such as hidden rooms and side stories.
Tomb Raider will be released worldwide on March 5th for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. Head over here for El33tonline’s previous coverage of this highly anticipated reboot.