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Shadow of the Tomb Raider Definitive Edition launches, will be free update to season pass owners

It has been just over a year since Shadow of the Tomb Raider first launched and those that have held off for this long will now be able to pick up a cheaper, complete version. This week, Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition launches, containing the base game and all seven post-launch DLCs and a couple of other extras. 

Those that already own the season pass or Croft Edition of the game will get a free update to the Definitive Edition. New buyers will be able to get this version for £44.99 at full price, although the game is currently on sale on Steam for £17.99.

This version of the game will also be coming to Google Stadia when the cloud gaming service launches later this month. The Definitive Edition includes the bonus weapons and outfits from the Croft Edition, all of the Challenge Tombs, outfits, weapons and extra story missions from the season pass as well as the new ‘Croft Fitness’ outfit and the removal of outfit restrictions based on which part of the game you are in.

KitGuru Says: Shadow of the Tomb Raider was fun, although it does seem like this reboot trilogy has been on a downward spiral, with the first game getting the biggest positive reception and things trailing off from there. Have any of you played Shadow of the Tomb Raider yet? If not, are you thinking of picking up the Definitive Edition on sale? 

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