Tomb Raider reboot coming to Mac

Feral Interactive porting action game to Mac later this year; unclear if DLC and microtransactions will be available.

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Crystal Dynamics' Tomb Raider reboot will be released on Mac later this year via a port from Feral Interactive, the company announced today.

"We're excited to bring Tomb Raider to the Mac, and in doing so introduce a new audience to Lara Croft's original story," Square Enix head of product development Darrell Gallagher said. "This is one more step on the road to achieving everything we wanted with the game."

Details regarding pricing, system requirements, and multiplayer support will be announced at a later date, Feral Interactive said.

It was not mentioned if Tomb Raider's various downloadable expansions or numerous microtransactions would be supported on the Mac version of the game.

Tomb Raider launched in March 2013 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. Despite having the strongest first-week sales in franchise history and achieving 4 million copies sold overall, the game failed to meet commercial expectations for Square Enix.

Crystal Dynamics is currently working on a sequel for next-generation consoles.

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