Tomb Raider Summary
Lara Croft rises from the ashes - but can this phoenix fly?
Those hoping for news of a sequel to 2013's Tomb Raider reboot might be in luck, as internet gaming sleuthhas uncovered two new domain registration from publisher Square Enix; and .
Neither of these have anything to do with any current or upcoming Tomb Raider products, so the chances are high we'll see something new at this week's E3 convention.
While there hasn't been an official report yet, Square Enix has revised up their net sale projection for the fiscal year now passed. It has exceeded their initial expectations, thanks to stronger sales filling coffers.
Strong sales in particular from Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn, the MMO 'rebooted'. What helped too was "favorable sales" from Tomb Raider and Thief.
Publisher Square Enix is discounting a number of PC titles with Steam keys through their digital storefront this weekend in celebration of the Easter holiday. A bunch get their price tags halved, including Thief.
There's also Tomb Raider GOTY edition, The Last Remnant, Final Fantasy VIII, Hitman: Absolution and even Urban Chaos. Each use Steamworks to deliver the goods.
The Tomb Raider reboot was released one year ago this week, and to celebrate developer Crystal Dynamics has revealed that the title will surpass 6 million units at the end of this month.
Tomb Raider has exceeded profit expectations, even before the launch of the enhanced edition on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and has helped improve the overall financial performance for Crystal Dynamics.
For those on Mac (you know who you are, skulking in the shadows) the latest Tomb Raider has been kept from your clutches but no longer as tomorrow, January 23rd, will see Lara stranded before you.
Eidos Montreal's highly lauded Tomb Raider reboot will be finally Mac-friendly. It launches on the Mac App Store tomorrow, and other stores January 30th.