We were all a bit disappointed when Crystal Dynamics revealed that the new "Tomb Raider" reboot would be delayed until March of next year, but progress is being made and the developer recently confirmed the estimated length of the campaign along with some other juicy tidbits. Get the details after the break!
Reaching out to the masses via Twitter, Crystal Dynamics global brand director Karl Stewart revealed the game's campaign would take eager gamers around 12-15 hours to complete. Of course, those numbers will depend on how thorough that particular player is.
It was also revealed that the game's protagonist would utilize a regenerative health system, something we've seen in numerous titles including the Call of Duty, Halo and Uncharted franchises. On top of that, though Lara is able to swim, there are no swimming sequences in the game.
Stewart also went on to answer a question regarding Lara Croft's future in a potential sequel saying, "of course" a sequel will be made if the first game is successful.
"Tomb Raider" was originally set to hit store shelves in fall of 2012, but was sadly delayed to March 5th, 2013. It will be available on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC when it launches early next year.