Crystal Dynamics' Tomb Raider will launch later this year on Mac platforms with assistance from Mac-focused publisher Feral Interactive, the company announced today.
Tomb Raider, a reboot of the classic action-adventure series, launched earlier this year for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC. The game serves as an origin story for franchise heroine Lara Croft, showing how she learns to survive the perilous wilderness and matures into the death-defying treasure hunter fans have come to know.
"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 in a press statement. "This is one more step on the road to achieving everything we wanted with the game."
Details on a release date, pricing, system requirements and setup for the game's multiplayer will be revealed in the coming weeks, according to Feral's press statement.
Earlier this summer, Crystal Dynamics announced a Tomb Raider tie-in comic was in the works, and writer Gail Simone revealed that it will lead the series directly into the second planned Tomb Raider game. Check out Polygon's review of the title here.
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