Rise of the Tomb Raider could reach PlayStation 4 on November 10, as leaked by the Italian site of GameStop. The page notes that, despite being available at a reduced price on other platforms, this version would sell without discount.
The exclusive contract of Rise of the Tomb Raider between Microsoft and Square Enix should quit less than a year after the game came to Xbox consoles. At least according to the game’s announcement in the Italian site of GameStop, which listed the PlayStation 4 version that will be released on November 10 this year.
The title is already listed on the American website of Amazon, but the page displays that the new Lara Croft adventure will not arrive before 30 December 2016. It is normal that websites place the last days of the year in games that have not got an official date release, then it seems that the game developed by Crystal Dynamics comes to the Sony console at that period. It is most likely that this data is simply a placeholder.
Rise of the Tomb Raider originally debuted in November last year as a temporary exclusive for Xbox One. Although it suffered a bad start in terms of sales, this title was well received by critics.
Currently, the game is also available for PC.
Rise of the Tomb Raider has the background of the secrets of immortality. A year after the events of the first game – which marked a reboot for the series in 2013 – Lara, is now more experienced. She came to Siberia in search of the mythical city of Kietzh in which her late father had gathered clues to a powerful deity. On the way, the young needs to fight against nature, wildlife and also against an organization called the Trinity, who is also looking for Kietzh.