Tomb Raider: 1939 Multiplayer map pack out now

Square Enixis excited to announce the launch of the TOMB RAIDER 1939 Multiplayer Map Pack, out now on Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation® 3 and Windows PC.

Additionally, all launch exclusive TOMB RAIDER downloadable content is now available on the PlayStation® Store and Steam®. Available from Tuesday, April 2nd, the new content features a range of weapons packs and multiplayer characters, including the cunning Scavenger ScoutandHitman: Absolution® themed weapons.

Multiplayer fans can also look forward to the Shipwrecked map pack, which will be available across all platforms from early May. Offering a range of hazardous multiplayer arenas, the upcoming map packs will include:

1939 Multiplayer Map Pack

Featuring two new maps; out now for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC.

·Dogfight: Dating back to the World War II experiments conducted on the island, this bunker is a deadly maze of brick and mortar that could easily become a tomb.

·Forest Meadow: This forest meadow is a hunting ground, filled with open spaces that can be advantageous and dangerous at the same time. Who is the hunter and who is the hunted?

Shipwrecked Multiplayer Map Pack

Featuring two new maps: released early May for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC.

·Lost Fleet: A massive beached ship serves as a dangerous battleground filled with twists, turns, and traps.

·Himiko’s Cradle: Danger lurks around every corner in this mountain top shrine. The area is sacred to the scavengers and will be your final resting place if you are not careful.

Caves and Cliffs Multiplayer Map Pack

Featuring three new maps: out now on Xbox 360, released mid-April for PlayStation 3 and Windows PC.

·Scavenger Caverns: A massive network of caves used by the scavengers as a prison area.

·Cliff Shantytown: This settlement was built high in the island cliffs. Its many layers hide some of the deadliest traps on the island.

·The Burning Village: A fire has erupted in an abandoned Japanese village. The burning buildings offer multiple ways to escape your enemies, but enter them at your own peril.

Steven Bourke

No longer writes for Console Monster... had a good journey with the team but a new horizon awaits.

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