Published on April 2nd, 2013 | by Peter Harris0
Can Tomb Raider devs be convinced to add single player DLC?
The key names involved with Tomb Raider development claim that their plans for DLC content is focused purely on multiplayer, even though the game mode is, for lack of a better word, rubbish.
Director Noah and Global Brand Director also added that is likely no single player expansions will ever be released but can the core fan base be able to change their minds?
They emphasized that all future content will unfortunately for consumers, be focused on the multiplayer experience with the first DLC recently released offering of new multiplayer maps.
A forum post has been created on Eidos Games website inviting those that have played the largely impressive reboot of Lara Croft, to submit suggestions for extra content, patches and minor gameplay changes.
Moderators are keeping tabs on comments left and listing features requested alongside a tally and have said that developers will also be keeping their eyes on the demand.
So far and overwhelmingly so, the most popular request is single player DLC which involves expanding the story or unlocking a completely new island to explore.
The only feature demanded that at time of writing has more votes is the possible appearance of Lara Croft in Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale.
Square Enix have reported that sales have been disappointing – at least to their arguably over ambitious targets and what more to boost the title’s appeal by expanding the experience? Perhaps a boycott of buying map packs will show the error of their ways?
You can find the forum and voice what you want for extra Tomb Raider content here: http://forums.eidosgames.com/showthread.php?t=134056