Mit welcher Framerate das Spiel laufen wird, steht allerdings noch nicht fest, da die Entwickler weiterhin an der Optimierung sitzen würden. Ob die "Definitive Edition" ebenfalls für PC erscheinen wird, dazu wollte sich Scot Amos nicht äußern. Wenn die Fans aber das Spiel auf einer anderen Plattform haben wollen würden, sei es eine Möglichkeit, die man im Auge behalten wolle.
"It's a great question and while I don't control sales or prices, what I do know is that Tomb Raider is an awesome game. It has received many nominations and has an amazing fan base that keeps us striving to always deliver the best and always pushing ourselves to even do better. If it was "only a facelift" AND we were only reselling it on the same platforms we'd already shipped it on, I would see your point. But as we're selling it on a new platform, with a lot of development work put in to custom craft it for the new platforms; with the new additions for the aesthetic, the physics, the particles, the lighting - taking advantage of next-gen features - so I absolutely stand by our decision to offer up Definitive Edition the way we are. We'd love for every Tomb Raider fan to get to experience it on next-gen. We are definitely looking to draw in those folks who may not have experience it yet on the last generation so they can experience this version on next-generation. But even for existing hardcore fans, we are confident in the offering we have as an excellent enhanced experience above and beyond what we'd previously provided. We wouldn't bring it to you all if we felt otherwise. You are the reasons we do what we do."
Letztes aktuelles Video: The Definitive Edition-Trailer