The exclusive title (for now) to Xbox, the Rise of the Tomb Raider has joined the bandwagon of micro transactions, so you have a chance to buy different weapons like arch, revolver, shotgun, the best armor, gratuities, or unsightly modifications in order to survive with a better node in the game.
Rise of the Tomb Raider joins the bandwagon of Microtransactions
Along with the purchase of the game, there will also be a DLC that will cost around $30 to add the resistance mode (“Survive extreme conditions with resistance mode”), Baba Yaga (“The Temple of the Crone – Explore a new grave containing an ancient terror “), Cold Awakening in the Darkness (“Fighting through waves of infected predators”) and content in the game, as I mentioned earlier with some expedition cards that will make Lara stronger, they let you customize the protagonist, improve weapons, or access new game modes. There will be about 300 letters available.
“There are two types of Expedition Cards: Foil and Common. A Foil Card will give Lara the strongest or strangest variations and can be used as many times as you wish. A Common Card is only used once, and you’ll need to earn more credits to buy it back”, Hughes continued. He added: “Expedition Cards offer “hundreds” of ways to customize Rise of the Tomb Raider, Hughes said. “You can also set up challenges for your friends to see if they can beat your scores with the same card setup. We’ll have about 300 cards available at launch, and more will be added in the weeks that follow”.
Rise of the Tomb Raider will drop on the Xbox One and Xbox 360 on November 10, and onto the PS4 and PC in 2016.