Lara Croft and The Guardian of Light Gets New Trailer and Pricing
Unlike past Tomb Raider games, Lara’s taking a friend along, which means you can play co-op with friends. You’ll also be able to race through levels as fast you can to amass points and see where you rank on online leaderboards.
Crystal Dynamics global brand manager Karl Stewart recently told Eurogamer that, “We believe that, in terms of the arcade space, we’re trying to raise the bar of what it means to spend 10 pounds or 1200 Microsoft Points on nowadays.” Sounds like 1200 MS points may be enough to pick up the top-down, isometric view action title once it hits Steam, XBox Live and PlayStation Network later this summer, probably in July or August.
We’ve got a brand new trailer streaming after the break, or you can head over to FileFront and download it.