Rise of the Tomb Raider is coming to PS4 on October 11, Square Enix has confirmed - and it ships with brand new bonus content.
Called 'Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration', the PS4 version includes the original game plus a new story chapter set in Croft Manor titled 'Blood Ties'; a major new co-op expansion to the game's Endurance Mode; a new 'Extreme Survivor' difficulty mode; new outfits, weapons and Expedition Cards; and all previously released DLC, including Baba Yaga and Cold Darkness Awakened.
Blood Ties will even support PlayStation VR, too, allowing players to explore Croft Manor in first-person.
Oh, and there's zombies, too.
"Blood Ties, a new premium DLC, beckons players to explore Croft Manor in a new story mode; then defend it against a zombie invasion in 'Lara's Nightmare', says Square. "When Lara's uncle contests ownership of the Manor, Lara must explore the estate to find proof that she is the rightful heir, or lose her birthright and father's secrets for good. Players can then test their zombie-killing skills in the replayable "Lara's Nightmare" mode: a haunted Croft Manor where players have new challenges and must rid the Manor of an evil presence."
The new Endurance Mode expansion, meanwhile, will introduce co-op to let fans "raid tombs in a brutal wilderness together. Two players must team up to survive the harsh elements by day, as well as lethal threats from enemies by night. Fire takes fuel, food restores health, and every resource must be hunted, collected, or crafted. Battle to the top of the leaderboards, as others try to beat your longest survival run."
And there's even more, too, including a "special classic Lara card pack" that will let fans replay the game with five classic Lara Croft skins, including the 1996 original.
All of the new content (excluding VR support) will be available on Xbox One and PC, too, Square says, with new and existing Season Pass owners granted access at no additional cost.
"This year we celebrate 20 years of the iconic Lara Croft," said Ron Rosenberg, co-Head of Studio at Crystal Dynamics. "This provided the perfect opportunity for us to deliver a new Tomb Raider experience. With the addition of PlayStation VR support, you can play the world through Lara's eyes for the first time in franchise history."
Rise of the Tomb Raider debuted on Xbox One and Xbox 360 last November before heading to PC in January. For the first PS4 screenshots, head through here.
Source: Square Enix