Rise of the Tomb Raider - Season Pass (for PC/Steam) £9.99 @ Humble Store (£8.99 with Monthly Bundle subscription)
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Rise of the Tomb Raider - Season Pass (for PC/Steam) £9.99 @ Humble Store (£8.99 with Monthly Bundle subscription)

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Found 16th Sep 2017
This might be useful for anyone who has bought Rise of the Tomb Raider in the October Humble Monthly bundle as the Season Pass contains all of the DLC, effectively turning the base game into the 20 Year Celebration edition.

Full price is £19.99 but it's 50% off on the Humble Store, making it £9.99.
If you are an active Humble Monthly subscriber (which you will be if that's how you bought the base game) you get an extra 10% off, making it £8.99.

Provided via Steam key. Requires base game already activated on Steam account to activate.

This is the most cost effective way to buy all of the DLC and I think this is the cheapest way to get it right now.

What's included -

Rise of the Tomb Raider 20 Year Celebration Pack (full price £6.99)
Baba Yaga: The Temple of the Witch (full price £6.99)
Cold Darkness Awakened (full price £6.99)
Endurance Mode (full price £6.99)
Remnant Resistance Pack (full price £1.99)
Sparrowhawk Pack (full price £1.99)
Hope's Bastion Pack (full price £1.99)
Tactical Survivor Pack (full price £1.99)
Apex Predator Pack (full price £1.99)
Wilderness Survivor (full price £1.99)
Siberian Ranger (full price £1.99)
Ancient Vanguard (full price £1.99)
Prophet's Legacy (full price £1.99)
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Well worth the price :). One of my favourite games of recent years.
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Although my pc might not be powerful enough to run it
Edited by: "Pepz347" 16th Sep 2017
Is any of the DLC actually worth playing?
So this doesn't include the Rise of the TomRaider game - just the DLC packs?
SlightlyFoxed43 m ago

So this doesn't include the Rise of the TomRaider game - just the DLC …So this doesn't include the Rise of the TomRaider game - just the DLC packs?

Just the dlc
J_Freeman2 h, 58 m ago

Is any of the DLC actually worth playing?

I think two of them are side stories which a few people enjoyed but can't say much about the rest
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J_Freeman3 h, 26 m ago

Is any of the DLC actually worth playing?


Depends how much you love the game, I guess. The £1.99 DLCs each contain a new outfit, weapon skin and perk, so they're largely cosmetic. The £6.99 ones are more substantial, with new game modes and some brief story-driven stuff lasting 1-2 hours per DLC. The 20 Year Celebration Pack includes a few classic skins for Lara, making her look like the Tomb Raider III version, etc., plus a Croft Manor map that you can play a zombie horde mode in or a story mode that is basically Lara walking around the manor reminiscing via audio logs and some simple puzzles.


SlightlyFoxed1 h, 15 m ago

So this doesn't include the Rise of the TomRaider game - just the DLC …So this doesn't include the Rise of the TomRaider game - just the DLC packs?



Correct - that's generally what season passes are, and as I put in the description -

"the Season Pass contains all of the DLC, effectively turning the base game into the 20 Year Celebration edition."
and
"Requires base game already activated on Steam account to activate."
Edited by: "reddragon105" 16th Sep 2017
So am I right in thinking you need both the Season Pass and the 20 Year Celebration pack to get everything? Or does this include the Croft Manor DLC?
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RidleyDeckard31 m ago

So am I right in thinking you need both the Season Pass and the 20 Year …So am I right in thinking you need both the Season Pass and the 20 Year Celebration pack to get everything? Or does this include the Croft Manor DLC?


The 20 Year Celebration Pack is included in the Season Pass (it's the first thing on the list of 'What's included' above!).
Sorry, I didn't see the what's included above due to this stupid new app design.
The only reason I asked, was there was no mention of the 20 Year Celebration DLC or the Croft Manor expansion on the Season Pass HumbleStore page. Thanks for the clarification
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