"Isn't this game about raiding tombs?"

Those of you hoping for more single-player DLC in Crystal Dynamics’ excellent Tomb Raider reboot may be disappointed to learn that the studio is focusing all of its attention on multiplayer add-ons from now on. Speaking on Reddit overnight, global brand director Karl Stewart confirmed that the developer has “no plans” to expand the solo component – meaning that you’ll need to put your dreams of additional tombs on ice.

“There are currently no plans in place for any single player expansions," he said. "All of our DLC is based around the multiplayer experience for now."

As Eurogamer.net rightly points out, there are huge areas of the game's world that are blank, leading many to believe that they would be filled in with post-release content. However, that’s not the case. We suppose that we should be applauding developer Crystal Dynamics for including all of the title's single-player content on the disc that it shipped – but it’s hard not to feel a pang of disappointment at the confirmation of no more tombs.

[source reddit.com, via videogamer.com, eurogamer.net]