Tomb Raider DLC Pack x3!

If you’ve yet to nab any of our DLC offerings, we’re bundling digital content in three packs for your convenience! You can grab the “Online Survival Pack” for multiplayer characters and weapons, or the “Adventure Pack” for single player weapon upgrades, skills, and outfits. For PC players, we’ve also packaged up all the multiplayer maps in a single download. Last but not least, the Tomb of the Lost Adventurer is now available to download in North America!

Read on for complete DLC pack details and pricing information.

Tomb Raider Online Survival Pack
This deluxe pack includes all of the content you need to survive online, including six weapons from Hitman: Absolution and four unique multiplayer characters. 560 MSP/€5.49/$6.99

The Online Survival Pack includes:

  • MP Character: Scavenger Scout
  • MP Character: Scavenger Executioner
  • MP Character: Scavenger Bandit
  • MP Character: Fisherman
  • MP Weapon: Hitman Silverballer
  • MP Weapon: Hitman Agency SPS 12
  • MP Weapon: Hitman HX AP-15
  • MP Weapon: Hitman JAGD P22G
  • MP Weapon: Hitman M590 12ga
  • MP Weapon: Hitman STG 58 Eline 

Tomb Raider Adventure Pack
This deluxe pack will improve Lara’s chances of survival, including two weapon upgrades, three skill upgrades, and three outfits. 560 MSP/€5.49/$6.99 

The Tomb Raider Adventure Pack includes:

  • Weapon Upgrade: Pistol Burst
  • Weapon Upgrade: Pistol Silencer
  • Skill: Animal Instinct
  • Skill: Agility
  • Skill: Headshot Reticle
  • Outfit: Hunter Skin
  • Outfit: Aviatrix Skin
  • Outfit: Guerilla Skin 

Complete Tomb Raider Multiplayer Map Set (Steam Only)
This suite of multiplayer maps provides eight new locations to dominate, ranging from a subterranean network of caves to sacred mountaintop shrines. €7.99/$9.99 

The Tomb Raider Multiplayer Map Set includes:

  • Shanty Town (Free-for-all Only): This ramshackle area features steep climbs, multiple ziplines for quick escapes, and deadly traps to set for your enemies.
  • Scavenger Caverns: An extensive subterranean network of caves used by the island’s scavengers as an underground prison.
  • Cliff Shantytown: This scavenger settlement was built high up on the island cliffs. Its many layers hide some of the deadliest traps on the island.
  • The Burning Village: A raging fire has embraced an abandoned Japanese village, the burning buildings offer multiple ways to escape or engage your enemies.
  • Dogfight (Free-for-all Only): Dating back to the World War II experiments conducted on the island, this bunker is a deadly maze of brick and mortar that could easily become a tomb.
  • Forest Meadow (Free-for-all Only): This forest meadow is a hunting ground, filled with open spaces that can be advantageous and dangerous at the same time. Who is the hunter and who is the hunted?
  • Lost Fleet (Free-for-all Only): A massive beached ship serves as a dangerous battleground filled with twists, turns, and traps.
  • Himiko’s Cradle (Free-for-all Only): Danger lurks around every corner in this mountain top shrine. The area is sacred to the scavengers and will be your final resting place if you are not careful. 

Tomb of the Lost Adventurer
Now available in North America, explore the final resting place of an intrepid adventurer, and solve a puzzle involving a crashed plane to claim your reward. 240 MSP/€2.49/$2.99 

Tomb Raider: Shipwrecked Multiplayer Map Pack Out Now!

Ready for another new multiplayer offering? The Shipwrecked Multiplayer Map Pack is out now, featuring two new levels playable in Free-For-All mode.

Lost Fleet: A massive beached ship serves as a dangerous battleground filled with twists, turns, and traps.

Himiko’s Cradle: Danger lurks around every corner in this mountain top shrine. The area is sacred to the scavengers and will be your final resting place if you are not careful.

Fans can download the maps today for 320 Microsoft Points, £2.39/€2.99/$3.99 on PlayStation Store, and £2.49/€2.99/$3.99 on Steam.  The Shipwrecked Multiplayer Map Pack will hit PSN for European & Japanese users tomorrow!

If you’ve yet to do so, make sure to check out the Caves & Cliffs Multiplayer Map Pack, as well as the 1939 Multiplayer Map Pack.

Tomb Raider Multiplayer Map Week 
How well do you know Tomb Raider’s multiplayer maps? Developed with care by the team at Eidos Montreal, Tomb Raider launches with five unique maps for you to take on with (or against) your friends. We’ll highlight one a day through Friday so you can gain the upper hand this weekend!
Map #5: Underground
When the Japanese surrendered at the end of the Second World War, three of their four nuclear submarines were destroyed by the Allies. A I-403 Submarine, the forth, was never found, hidden in an underground base on the island. The submarine holds another deadly secret: when the base was abandoned the officers initiated a self-destruct sequence on the submarine but, due do a power disruption, the final countdown was never started. During the match in this tight and tense level, the power will be returned to the sub and a doorway will open. The first team to activate the self-destruct will set the match time to 2:00—who will win?
Map Features
Small, intense and tight map layout: Lots of corridors, trouble at every turn.
Self-destruct: Team that activates this event will gain XP and credit for any kills it causes.
Traps: Snare trap, exploding barrels, shotgun barriers, propane tanks and turret. The biggest danger in this level is the other players due to the layout and quick immersion in the combat.
Destructible bridge: The central bridge can be weakened and caused to collapse. When the power on the bridge is on and it is destroyed it will create an electrical field that inflicts damage over time to any player on the bridge—cross at your own risk. Use instinct mode to find the switches.
Mode Strategies
Keep moving: The map has tight corridors and blocked off side paths that are useful to a skilled player. Shoot your way through the barriers and collect as many special ammunition drops as you can.
Use the self-destruct: If you’re in the lead, or have a chaotic personality, push that button. It will reset the time to 2:00. This will add or subtract time to the match depending on when it is pushed. In free for all and team death match kills you get from this event count as points—lots of fun in free for all.
Destroy the bridge and electrify it.

Tomb Raider Multiplayer Map Week

How well do you know Tomb Raider’s multiplayer maps? Developed with care by the team at Eidos Montreal, Tomb Raider launches with five unique maps for you to take on with (or against) your friends. We’ll highlight one a day through Friday so you can gain the upper hand this weekend!

Map #5: Underground

When the Japanese surrendered at the end of the Second World War, three of their four nuclear submarines were destroyed by the Allies. A I-403 Submarine, the forth, was never found, hidden in an underground base on the island. The submarine holds another deadly secret: when the base was abandoned the officers initiated a self-destruct sequence on the submarine but, due do a power disruption, the final countdown was never started. During the match in this tight and tense level, the power will be returned to the sub and a doorway will open. The first team to activate the self-destruct will set the match time to 2:00—who will win?

Map Features

  • Small, intense and tight map layout: Lots of corridors, trouble at every turn.
  • Self-destruct: Team that activates this event will gain XP and credit for any kills it causes.
  • Traps: Snare trap, exploding barrels, shotgun barriers, propane tanks and turret. The biggest danger in this level is the other players due to the layout and quick immersion in the combat.
  • Destructible bridge: The central bridge can be weakened and caused to collapse. When the power on the bridge is on and it is destroyed it will create an electrical field that inflicts damage over time to any player on the bridge—cross at your own risk. Use instinct mode to find the switches.

Mode Strategies

  • Keep moving: The map has tight corridors and blocked off side paths that are useful to a skilled player. Shoot your way through the barriers and collect as many special ammunition drops as you can.
  • Use the self-destruct: If you’re in the lead, or have a chaotic personality, push that button. It will reset the time to 2:00. This will add or subtract time to the match depending on when it is pushed. In free for all and team death match kills you get from this event count as points—lots of fun in free for all.
  • Destroy the bridge and electrify it.
Tomb Raider Multiplayer Map Week How well do you know Tomb Raider’s multiplayer maps? Developed with care by the team at Eidos Montreal, Tomb Raider launches with five unique maps for you to take on with (or against) your friends. We’ll highlight one a day through Friday so you can gain the upper hand this weekend!
Map #3: Shrine Quiet and cold, the shrine is in excellent condition despite its age. While most of the island has already been overrun and destroyed by the Solarii this place is deserted, aside from a few lanterns that cast a golden hue over the structures. 
Map Features
Flaming lanterns: Many of the lanterns in the map are destructible, once destroyed they will spill their oil on the ground and cause a fire hazard.
Traps: Spike trap, snare trap, exploding barrels. The traps in this level are well hidden, exploding barrels populate most of the outdoor areas of the map, while the snare traps and spike traps threaten players in the shrine itself.
Mode Strategies
This map is really all about the shrine. For both teams controlling the shrine will be key to all game modes. There are twisting and turning paths and lots of destructible shutters that create even more portals in and out of the building.
Survivors will do well in Rescue mode by coordinating together and clearing one of the three paths back to the drop zone. The rock staircase has a lot of cover and is usually the best bet, but if there is a concentration of Solarii there, sometimes the main bridge out in the open is best.
Solarii in rescue will have a particular use for a rocky perch above the central bridge of the level. There is a leap of faith the player can jump onto a zip line that will lead to the Survivor drop zone and then—using the ascender—quickly retreat.

Tomb Raider Multiplayer Map Week

How well do you know Tomb Raider’s multiplayer maps? Developed with care by the team at Eidos Montreal, Tomb Raider launches with five unique maps for you to take on with (or against) your friends. We’ll highlight one a day through Friday so you can gain the upper hand this weekend!

Map #3: Shrine
Quiet and cold, the shrine is in excellent condition despite its age. While most of the island has already been overrun and destroyed by the Solarii this place is deserted, aside from a few lanterns that cast a golden hue over the structures.

Map Features

  • Flaming lanterns: Many of the lanterns in the map are destructible, once destroyed they will spill their oil on the ground and cause a fire hazard.
  • Traps: Spike trap, snare trap, exploding barrels. The traps in this level are well hidden, exploding barrels populate most of the outdoor areas of the map, while the snare traps and spike traps threaten players in the shrine itself.

Mode Strategies

  • This map is really all about the shrine. For both teams controlling the shrine will be key to all game modes. There are twisting and turning paths and lots of destructible shutters that create even more portals in and out of the building.
  • Survivors will do well in Rescue mode by coordinating together and clearing one of the three paths back to the drop zone. The rock staircase has a lot of cover and is usually the best bet, but if there is a concentration of Solarii there, sometimes the main bridge out in the open is best.
  • Solarii in rescue will have a particular use for a rocky perch above the central bridge of the level. There is a leap of faith the player can jump onto a zip line that will lead to the Survivor drop zone and then—using the ascender—quickly retreat.

Caves & Cliffs Multiplayer Map Pack Announced First for Xbox Live

Don’t want your time on Yamatai to end? Try your hand fighting alongside (or against) the Endurance crew in Tomb Raider’s multiplayer mode, soon to include even more maps!

Today we’re revealing that DLC hinted at on stage at E3 2012, the Caves and Cliffs Multiplayer Map Pack, coming first exclusively to Xbox Live. Each of the maps is playable in all four game modes: Rescue, Cry for Help, Team Deathmatch, and Free for All.

The maps include:

Scavenger Caverns
An extensive subterranean network of caves used by the island’s scavengers as an underground prison

Cliff Shantytown
This scavenger settlement was built high up on the island cliffs. Its many layers hide some of the deadliest traps on the island

The Burning Village
A raging fire has embraced an abandoned Japanese village, the burning buildings offer multiple ways to escape or engage your enemies

The Caves & Cliffs Multiplayer Map Pack will go on sale March 19 for 400 Microsoft Points.

Tomb Raider Multiplayer Map Week
How well do you know Tomb Raider’s multiplayer maps? Developed with care by the team at Eidos Montreal, Tomb Raider launches with five unique maps for you to take on with (or against) your friends. We’ll highlight one a day through Friday so you can gain the upper hand this weekend!
Map #1: ChasmWind has wiped most of this once-picturesque outpost clean. The sands have stripped off paint off anything and everything. All that remains are the wooden skeletons of the previously grand buildings and towers. At the north end of this map there is a large bell. There is a crank that will ring a bell and summon a blinding windstorm. 
Map Features
Windstorm: When the player rings the bell, the windstorm will come and blow sand across the level reducing visibility for everyone. However, the team that activated the bell will see the gamer tags of the opposing team—useful when coordinating an attack.
Traps: Spike trap, snare trap, exploding barrels, rock falls. There is a good mix of traps in the open and underground areas of this map.
Long zip lines: There is a tower on the Solarii side of the map that is between two zip lines, it is great to attack or defend certain areas of the map. There is a long zip line that leads from the Survivor drop zone to the bell. This is an extremely useful way to get around the map for the Solarii.
Mode Strategies
Ring the bell: Always good for your team—tap survival instinct to see a bit better.
Survivors will do well to use the tunnels and stay underground as much as possible, but careful of the traps.
Solarii will do well by using the ascenders to get around the map and by destroying the large grid under the bell. Anyone under the debris when it falls will be killed—especially useful in cry for help.

Tomb Raider Multiplayer Map Week

How well do you know Tomb Raider’s multiplayer maps? Developed with care by the team at Eidos Montreal, Tomb Raider launches with five unique maps for you to take on with (or against) your friends. We’ll highlight one a day through Friday so you can gain the upper hand this weekend!

Map #1: Chasm
Wind has wiped most of this once-picturesque outpost clean. The sands have stripped off paint off anything and everything. All that remains are the wooden skeletons of the previously grand buildings and towers. At the north end of this map there is a large bell. There is a crank that will ring a bell and summon a blinding windstorm. 

Map Features

  • Windstorm: When the player rings the bell, the windstorm will come and blow sand across the level reducing visibility for everyone. However, the team that activated the bell will see the gamer tags of the opposing team—useful when coordinating an attack.
  • Traps: Spike trap, snare trap, exploding barrels, rock falls. There is a good mix of traps in the open and underground areas of this map.
  • Long zip lines: There is a tower on the Solarii side of the map that is between two zip lines, it is great to attack or defend certain areas of the map. There is a long zip line that leads from the Survivor drop zone to the bell. This is an extremely useful way to get around the map for the Solarii.

Mode Strategies

  • Ring the bell: Always good for your team—tap survival instinct to see a bit better.
  • Survivors will do well to use the tunnels and stay underground as much as possible, but careful of the traps.
  • Solarii will do well by using the ascenders to get around the map and by destroying the large grid under the bell. Anyone under the debris when it falls will be killed—especially useful in cry for help.

Pre-order Bonus Round Three: Shanty Town Multiplayer Map Revealed

Our final wave of pre-order DLC has been revealed! Select retail partners are offering up the “Shanty Town” multiplayer map as a bonus for grabbing Tomb Raider early.

The island of Yamatai contains a wide variety of environments. Most were formed naturally; many others were built long ago. However the Shanty Town is one of the relatively newer areas, having been cobbled together by the Scavengers using scrap and other debris found on the island. This map features a ramshackle area of steep climbs, multiple ziplines (for quick escapes), and deadly traps to set for foes. The map is available as a free day one download on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC when you pre-order from participating retailers.

To clear up a bit of confusion, this piece of DLC was previously called the “Endurance Pack” in our early planning stages since we’d not yet announced multiplayer. Check with your local retailers (such as Amazon.uk) to see if they’re participating!