Tomb Raider Latest News
You may not know Ian Milham’s name, but you certainly know the games he worked on. He was the art director for the first two Dead Space titles, and the creative director on Battlefield: Hardline. And now, he’s the game director across the Tomb Raider franchise at Crystal Dynamics. (Quick, does this mean Lara faces cops or necromorphs next?)
It looks like Square in interested in expanded their lineup of “GO” mobile spinoffs, because they just registered a whole bunch of web domains for potential future GO titles.
One distinct feature of the rebooted Tomb Raider series has been its art direction and style. A big part of that credit goes to Brian Horton who has been a prominent player in the return of the series. Unfortunately, it would seem with Rise of the Tomb Raider completed, Horton wishes to move on to new pastures. His resignation from Crystal Dynamics was announced today.
Humble Bundle has been a fantastic way to donate to a charitable cause to help those in need while helping yourself to some rather lovely games in the process. This season, Humble Bundle has teamed up with Square Enix to offer a doozy of a deal, not least of which includes getting Life is Strange Episode 1 for only a dollar.
Tomb Raider 2013 has sold 8.5 million copies, making it the most successful game in the franchise to date
Theof Tomb Raider has, to date, sold 8.5 million copies, making it the best-selling entry in the history of the popular grave-robbing franchise.
Remember that this is the same game that publisher Square Enixhad underperformed. Those company executives must be very hard to please.