The global brand director for Crystal Dynamics, Karl Stewart, has tweeted a few more interesting details into the upcoming Tomb Raider Reboot. The latest tweets serve to provide information to a number of queries from fans about the popular game.
Karl was asked about the duration of the game, to which he tweeted that it could last anywhere between 12 and 15 hours, depending on the players’ style. He also posted a tweet stating that in this new game, Lara would have a regenerative health system, something that most of the present-day games have.
The Tomb Raider Reboot will also feature an improved combat system, much better than what players got to experience in Tomb Raider Underworld. Karl has also indicated that fans can expect a sequel to this game. However, don’t expect Lara to have swimming capabilities in this offering.
The reboot provides an amalgamation of elements from some of the most successful franchises in an overall cohesive package. The cinematic nature of the game has clearly been inspired from the popular adventure/exploration game, Uncharted. If you’re among the fans dying to get your hands on the latest Tomb Raider game, mark your calendars for March 5, 2013 – that’s the day it’s coming out for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC players.