An FAQ on the game’s official forums has revealed that the upcoming Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition will not be seeing a PC release, nor will it offer any sort of perks or promotions to owners of 2013’s original looking to upgrade.
“Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition was designed and rebuilt from the ground up for next-generation consoles. At this time a PC update is not planned.” says the FAQ, which goes on to promise native 1080p gameplay alongside “improved lighting and shadow caster system, more detailed storytelling visuals, massive amounts of more particle effects, a fully simulated physics world, and the new next-gen Lara.”
As well as all new Kinect, Dualshock 4 and PS Vita compatibility Tomb Raider’s Definitive Edition will also include all of the original game’s post-release DLC, a digital comic, art book, and the behind the scenes video documentary series “The Final Hours of Tomb Raider”.
Eidos has also confirmed that Tomb Raider Definitive Edition will cost $60 at retail in the US when it launches on January 28, with a similar price point expected in Europe at the games January 31st release. A digital version of the title will also be available, although pricing here has not been discussed. No discounts will be offered for owners of the original game.