No Tomb Raider online pass, demo
Crystal Dynamics confirms upcoming action game will not force secondhand players to pay for online access; no prerelease demo to avoid spoiling story.
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Season Pass initiatives, whereby players pay up front for expansion content to be released over the course of months, have become commonplace of late. Prices for season passes range from Halo 4's $25 War Games pass to Call of Duty: Black Ops II's $50 Season Pass.
In addition, Stewart announced that the company has no plans to release a demo for Tomb Raider. "We don't want to spoil the story," he said.
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