Welcome to our weekly ICYMI for Xbox news! This week we're looking at new Rise of the Tomb Raider trailers, leaked Fallout 4 screenshots, quotes from Aaron Greenberg, Witcher 3's Golden Joystick Awards victories, possibility of split-screen co-op for Halo 6 and more!
We finally managed to get some hands-on time with forthcoming Xbox One title, Rise of the Tomb Raider, the next outing for Lara Croft. There's a lot of hype around it and thankfully, it looks like it's going to live up to it.
Microsoft has announced that pre-orders have begun for the Xbox One 1TB Rise of the Tomb Raider bundle. The special $399 bundle will include two free games (Rise of the Tomb Raider and Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition) plus an exclusive content pack for the newest game featuring Lara Croft.
Square Enix has announced plans to release Rise of the Tomb Raider Collector’s Edition for the Xbox One. The $149 edition of the action-adventure game will include extras like a 12-inch statue of Lara Croft
Microsoft has released the footage of Rise of the Tomb Raider Gamescom attendees were shown behind closed doors. Click through for a look at the trailer and snippets from developer Crystal Dynamics who gave us a live demonstration.
Square Enix has confirmed it will release Rise of the Tomb Raider on Windows 10 and Steam sometime in 2016, and for the PlayStation 4 in the holiday period of 2016. The game will still be released first for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 in November 2015.
Tomb Raider by Crystal Dynamics came out in early 2013 and was a reboot of the critically acclaimed franchise. The game received high praise from almost every gaming outlet due to the game shining a new light onto who Lara Croft is and how her tomb raiding days came about. Most expected the game to feature a Lara Croft the badass, but it was more about woman vs. wild. Well, Lara is back...
Today's announcements from Microsoft at Gamescom have been pretty exciting for console gamers. We saw the announcement of a brand new theme park simulator, ScreamRide, for Xbox One and 360, as well as fresh looks at several upcoming Xbox One games like Halo: The Master Chief Collection. And hey, Quantum Break looked pretty exciting in motion to boot. But the real bombshell of the...