Shadow Of The Tomb Raider: The Grand Caiman DLC Now Available (VIDEO)
Earlier this month saw the release of The Serpent’s Heart DLC for Square Enix’s Shadow of the Tomb Raider, the latest in a long line of impressive DLC packs. The developer is wasting absolutely no time in between content releases, as the latest expansion, The Grand Caiman, is now available. Check out the trailer for Lara Croft’s latest adventure below:
The Grand Caiman brings with it some new goodies for Lara, including the suppressed ‘Whispering Scourge’ Shotgun, the Reptile Hide outfit, and the ability to craft incendiary shotgun ammo via the Volcano skill. “Save the innocent lives of San Juan villagers from an angry god in ‘The Grand Caiman,'” reads the official description of the DLC. “Battle a deadly group of mercenaries and face down the wrath of a ferocious deity to prevent a cataclysmic disaster. Solve the new volcanic challenge tomb and reap its powerful rewards.” Sounds to me like your typical Lara Croft adventure.
“Survive the latest DLC with the Reptile Hide outfit, which heightens resistance against projectiles and boosts XP gained from assault kills. Players can also equip the Whispering Scourge, a suppressed shotgun, as well as the Volcano skill that enables crafting incendiary shotgun ammo, which sets flammable objects and most enemies ablaze. All tombs from the main campaign are all now playable in Score Attack and Time Attack mode.”
Shadows of the Tomb Raider: The Grand Caiman is now available for purchase for $4.99, or as part of the $29.99 Season Pass. The game itself is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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