Rise of the Tomb Raider for Xbox One and 360 has gone gold

Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners will soon be able to experience Lara Croft's latest adventure as Microsoft has announced the game has gone gold.


Microsoft has announced the Xbox One and Xbox 360 versions of Rise of the Tomb Raider have gone gold, marking its completion for its November 10th launch.

“We are pleased to confirm that gamers will be able to get their hands on Rise of the Tomb Raider very soon, when the game launches on November 10th,” said Darrell Gallagher, Head of Product Development and Western Studios. “The entire team challenged themselves to improve on the last game that millions of fans enjoyed so much, and we believe we have created a worthy sequel to Tomb Raider 2013. With the game development now complete we are excited to share this incredible next chapter in Lara’s journey as she continues her growth into the ultimate action adventure icon, and accepts her destiny to become the Tomb Raider.”

Rise of the Tomb Raider was announce over a year ago, which we learned shortly after its reveal it would be a timed-exclusivepublished by Microsoft for both Xbox One and Xbox 360. PC and PlayStation 4 owners will be able to get their chance with the game when it releases in spring and holiday 2016, respectively. If you can’t wait that long and feel the need to pick up an Xbox One, Microsoft has the perfect bundle for you.

For those that prefer to wait, check out our most recent preview of Rise of the Tomb Raider.

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    October 9, 2015 12:04 PM

    Daniel Perez posted a new article, Rise of the Tomb Raider for Xbox One and 360 has gone gold

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      October 9, 2015 12:27 PM

      Just read this week that the PS4 version is over a year away (I've been avoiding most articles on the game thinking it was coming to my console soon) and I was shocked.

      I knew about the XBOX ONE exclusivity but had no idea its extent.

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      October 9, 2015 1:23 PM

      Oh, there's a 360 version? Is that why the trailer for the new one didn't look like a real step up from the last game visually?

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