In a Twitter post, Crystal Dynamics’ Karl Stewart confirmed that Tomb Raider will not have a Season or Online Pass. However, players should note that the latest installation of Tomb Raider will have a multiplayer component to it.
Season Passes like those of Call of Duty games are an upfront payment for future content such as map packs for Call of Duty. Online Passes like those in Mass Effect 3, blocks online gaming content to players who purchased a second hand copy of the game unless they fork out additional cash to unlock online content.
Also, in another tweet, Karl Stewart also confirmed that Tomb Raider will not have a demo before the game’s release as they do want wish to spoil the story for players.
Tomb Raider is set for release on March 5th 2013 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.
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