If you were hoping for some Tomb Raider DLC that returns to the single-player, prepare to be disappointed. Crystal Dynamics has announced that there are currently no plans to put out any single-player DLC, as the studio is focusing on multiplayer content. Nevermind that Tomb Raider's multiplayer is considered by many to be the weakest part of an overall amazing package.
During a Reddit AMA, global brand director Karl Stewart responded to inquiries with this disappointing revelation. He said:
"There are currently no plans in place for any Single Player expansions. All of our DLC is based around the Multiplayer experience for now."
The decision isn't entirely outrageous. After all, many games get multiplayer segments crammed into them just to add a little replayability. Yet for a game with such a strong single-player, you'd think the folks behind it would prioritize accordingly.
At any rate, Stewart didn't outwardly say that Crystal Dynamics would never produce any kind of Tomb Raider campaign DLC. For the time being, however, we're just going to have to sit through the multiplayer stuff first.