Rise of the Tomb Raider was a big feather in Microsoft's Xbox One cap heading to the holiday season, but that exclusive is now almost over. We previously heard that Lara Croft's latest adventure would hit Steam and Windows 10 in the early part of 2016 but now we've got a more concrete, January release courtesy of Valve's gaming service.
It's still going to be the tail end of 2016 before PlayStation 4 owners will be playing, but hearing such an early launch for the PC does put a little dampener on Microsoft's big marketing push around the game's Xbox One exclusivity. In any case, thanks to Steam, at least, we know PC gamers have their first big hit of the year to look forward to before Winter is out.
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