Copyright 2000

[ November 15th 2000 ]

Eidos Interactive have today announced that Tomb Raider Chronicles has gone gold, which means after months of speculation, the final master disk has been compiled, completed and sent to the press for mass production. A general release date in the United States looks set for the 20th, although some stores are claiming that Chronicles will be available from Thurdsday 16th November. The European release of Chronicles is scheduled for the 27th November, with Australians waiting until December 1st for their copy.

No word on the demo as yet, but according to one source from CORE it hasn't been coded yet. The addition of new gaming consoles has increased the workload for programmers who now have three major platform versions to contend with. Indications from the industry suggest that Eidos might roll out the demo days before Chronicles hits the shelves. Either way, Tomb Raider Chronicles looks set to expire any existing top chart position by another game as the Christmas frenzy eagerly awaits the fifth instalment from their phenomenally successful action adventure series.

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