Players of Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition may or may not have noticed that there is some DLC content missing from the game, namely the character ‘Zac’. When the title launched recently it was meant to come with full DLC additions, however this has not actually been the case.
Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition has been widely praised for its beautifully enhanced graphics and added DLC content. Crystal Dynamics should have included 8 multiplayer maps with the game, along with 6 weapons. The missing Zac content was reportedly available in the original multiplayer editions of the game but does not feature in the Definitive Edition, to the surprise of some.
Whilst it is unlikely that this missing content will be of any significance to a majority of players, it is still an issue that Crystal Dynamics will want to rectify. It is unclear if Zac’s character has been left out intentionally or has been forgotten, having been previously playable.
If you are yet to buy Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, why not take a look at our PlayStation 4 versus Xbox One comparison which shows 60 frames per second against 30. Are you are unhappy about the missing Zac content from the game or is it something you would not play with anyway?
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