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Today, Square Enix has announced that the excellent Rise of the Tomb Raider (you can read our review, here) will be coming to PC on January 28th. The game will be available on both the Windows Marketplace as well as other retailers.

We knew that Rise of the Tomb Raider was coming sometime soon to the PC. The game popped up on Steam last month with a vague promise to hit PC sometime this month.

The standard version of the game will run you $60, while the Digital Deluxe version, which includes a Season Pass to “nearly all” current and future DLC, will cost you $90.

New to the PC edition, a Collector’s Edition will be available. This edition will include the Season Pass, a 12-inch Lara Croft statue, and other things will run you about $150 and can be bought on the Square Enix e-store.

Rise of the Tomb Raider launched as an Xbox-exclusive back in November. (Both on the Xbox One and Xbox 360) While both the developer and published announced that the game would be exclusive, they went on to clarify what that meant. They noted that Rise of the Tomb Raider would come to PC in early 2016 and that it would land on the PlayStation 4 in holiday 2016.

It’s great seeing one of 2015’s best games coming to more platforms. Are you going to pick up Rise of the Tomb raider on PC? Let us know below.

Source: Square Enix

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Andrew Esposito is a Senior Editor at Victory Point and a lover of all things entertainment. From movies to video games, his passion is unparalleled. He’s written for sites such as What Culture, Gizorama, Pixel Enemy, and runs an entertainment website called Pop Culturally Insensitive. When he’s not playing or writing about movies and video games, Andrew coaches collegiate football.