It’s always a wonderful day when a game has gone gold. It means that development on the title is complete, the discs are being manufactured, and we don’t have to worry about any last minute delays. Today, Tomb Raider, from Crystal Dynamics, with the multiplayer designed by Eidos Montreal, has gone gold, meaning that we’ll definitely see it on March 5th.
To celebrate this occasion, Studio Head, Darrell Gallagher, posted this on the Tomb Raider Facebook page:
It’s been a long journey, and it feels like we’ve been on this one together. Thank you for your continued enthusiasm and support since we first revealed our new vision for Tomb Raider to the world. I am very happy to let you know that we are into the final stretch of what has been an exciting and challenging adventure for the last few years. Tomb Raider has ‘gone gold’ and is now en route to manufacturing ahead of the game’s official release on March 5th, so there isn’t too long before it will be in your hands.
Back in 2010 when we announced Tomb Raider we promised to break new ground for the franchise – to create an origins story that forges Lara Croft into a hero, and takes her on a journey like no other. I’m very happy that I can stand by those words today.
We’ve put everything into this game, and I’m certain we’ve created something that explores Tomb Raider’s history while pushing the limits in interactive storytelling and design. Development has spanned two studios, a pair of E3 stage demos, 50-plus magazine covers, 150 award nominations, nearly 800 fan art submissions, almost 2,000 blog posts, and over 50,000 replies from you on our forums.
And now it’s time to get the game into your hands. We sincerely hope you enjoy it. We think you will, We are immensely proud of this game.
28 days to go.
Will you be getting Tomb Raider on March 5th? Let us know in the comments below.
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