If you're currently enjoying the reboot of "Tomb Raider", and you should considering how well the game is scoring in reviews, there's good news on the DLC homefront. You've already gotten some DLC, but more is to come, promised by developer Crystal Dynamics.
That's the good news. The bad news is, all future DLC is going to be for the multiplayer portion of the game, with no single player DLC planned. Director of "Tomb Raider", Noah Hughes spoke with Reddit AMA about the plans for multiplayer DLC only.
"Currently there are no plans regarding single-player DLC. Now that Lara is more experienced, we are excited to take her on new adventures that challenge her new strength and confidence. It is important that even as Lara grows as a character, so do the challenges she must face," said Hughes.
Karl Stewart, global brand director for Crystal Dynamics, followed up Hughes statement saying, "there are currently no plans in place for any single-player expansions. All of our DLC is based around the multiplayer experience for now."
As mentioned, "Tomb Raider" got it's first DLC recently with the "Caves and Cliffs" pack for the Xbox 360, priced at 400 MS Points ($5). The pack has yet to get a release date for the Playstation 3.