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Rise of the Tomb Raider Baba Yaga DLC now available for download

Baba Yaga: The Temple of the Witch is now available as DLC for Rise of the Tomb Raider. As previously covered, this optional purchase is now live on both the Xbox One and Xbox 360, adding new weapons, expedition cards, outfits and hours of gameplay.

"Deep in the wilds of Siberia lies a forest that no man will enter, where a Soviet expedition vanished without a trace. Lara enters the Wicked Vale in search of a missing man, but she finds a nightmare that defies explanation. Is the witch, Baba Yaga, haunting the forest? Or is there more to the myth? Featuring three hours of new gameplay, Lara will face new adversaries, explore a new tomb, solve a decades old mystery, and face off against an ancient evil. Includes a new outfit, and a new bow."

Already own the season pass? You're sorted and should be good to go with the newest pack of content. Since this is DLC, you'll need the original game (deluxe edition counts too). Hiot the links below to learn more about Baba Yaga or the season pass.

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12 Comments
  • Awesome addition to a Great game
  • I agree! Posted via the Galaxy Note 5
  • Series of unfortunate financial setbacks delayed me getting this title. Been devoting my time to halo 5 instead. But i can't wait to purchase this game
  • Baba Yaga... Funny. Thought Baba was used for a male figure.
  • Grew up on Baba Yaga stories and will enjoy this when released on that other device. Last time I faced the witch on-screen was in the og LARP days of Quest for Glory.
  • Can you gift these? Microsoft seems to yet again ignore everything that makes other's succeed until it is too late. Instead of copying all the feature of steam, bringing store devs to the xbox, they are still operating like it is 2003. no wonder they are getting their rears handed to them in gaming and apps.
  • As I recall, it was bringing Steam-like features to console which got Microsoft in trouble in the first place. So right now you are talkin out the side of your neck.
  • What planet are you on? The Xbox One has record sales, and MS is making plenty of money off it. I'm not sure where you're inventing the idea of them "getting their rears handed to them"
  • Ignore neonspark, he's always in a pissy mood about XB1.
  • I'd love it if Microsoft let us gift games and dlc. Something they should definitely look at. As for current sales. I think they're flying high. Many of us have made the switch to digital only content. If any one is hurting, it's the brick and mortar stores.
  • How many more hours of gameplay does tho add to the 25 hrs I got in the origins game?
  • Nice, I know what I will be playing this weekend :)