Tomb Raider: Caves and Cliffs DLC Hitting Xbox 360 on March 19

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Just a week into its release, a multiplayer map pack ‘Caves and Cliffs’ has been confirmed for Tomb Raider to arrive on the Xbox 360 first on March 19.

According to the game’s Tumblr page ‘Caves and Cliffs’ will cost 400 Microsoft Points on the Xbox 360. It will include three new maps: Scavenger Cavers, Cliff Shantytown, and The Burning Village. All of them will be playable in all four game modes: Rescue, Cry for Help, Team Deathmatch, and Free for All.

Scavenger Caverns
An extensive subterranean network of caves used by the island’s scavengers as an underground prison

Cliff Shantytown
This scavenger settlement was built high up on the island cliffs. Its many layers hide some of the deadliest traps on the island

The Burning Village
A raging fire has embraced an abandoned Japanese village, the burning buildings offer multiple ways to escape or engage your enemies.

Square Enix did not mention when the DLC will be released for the PS3 and PC platforms. Tomb Raider was released earlier this week to very good reviews.

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