'Lara Croft Go' Release Date, News & Update: Sony Confirms Game for PlayStation 4 & PlayStation Vita

By Olivia Cavallaro , Updated Dec 04, 2016 03:56 AM EST

A few days ago, news about the mobile game "Lara Croft Go" arriving to consoles caught the attention of gamers across the globe. This weekend's PlayStation experience event confirms the rumors that "Lara Croft Go" is arriving for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.

According to Gamespot, news first broke out when Exophase user Wario64 noticed PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita trophy lists for "Lara Croft Go." Since then, rumors that the game was arriving on PlayStation consoles surfaced. Over the wekend, Sony confirms game for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.

Polygon reports that "Lara Croft Go" first arrived to iOS and Android back in 2015, and was commended by gamers and critics alike for its style and puzzles. Now that Sony confirms game for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, it is now available for console gamers.

In fact, the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita versions of "Lara Croft Go" features a new expansion called "Mirror of the Spirits." It's developed by independent studio Ko_op and is now available for gamers on PlayStation consoles.

In addition, "Lara Croft Go" gamers on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita would be glad to know that there are 18 trophies to be won in the game. "Lara Croft Go" is slated to arrive on Steam today, however, "Mirror of Spirits" will stay as a PlayStation Network exclusive for three more months.

This isn't the first time that a mobile game made its way to a console. Square Enix's "Hitman Go," which was released back in 2014 on iOS and Android, also made its way to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in February this year. The turn-based game "Lara Croft Go," also from Square Enix," is another game that has migrated to consoles.

"Lara Croft Go" is directed by Daniel Lutz and was first released in August 2015. It is now available for $9.99 across all platforms.

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