Rise of the Tomb Raider will officially be released for the PC on January 28


Square Enix has finally made it official after Steam leaked the news a week ago… Rise of the Tomb Raider will officially be available for the PC on January 28. Lara Croft’s latest will make the jump to the PC with a number of improvements over the Xbox version released in November, including Windows 10 support and a 4K resolution display option.

Players interested in purchasing Rise of Tomb Raider for the PC will get three different bundles to choose from:

  • A $59.99 Standard Edition will be available in stores and online.
  • A $89.99 Digital Deluxe Edition, available only online, will include the game’s Season Pass.
  • A $149.99 Collector’s Edition, available exclusively from the Square Enix Online Store, will include the game, a 12-inch Lara Croft Statue, Replicas of Lara’s Journal and Jade Necklace, a copy of 2013’s Tomb Raider, the Season Pass, and a Collectible Steel Case.

In other Rise of the Tomb Raider news, Microsoft’s Aaron Greenberg has confirmed (via Twitter) that “well over” one million copies of the game have been sold on the Xbox One and Xbox 360 to date.

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