Square Enix has delayed Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light's online cooperative function for a second time.
It was originally supposed to be available for the game's August Xbox Live Arcade release, but was delayed till the release of the PlayStation Network and PC (via Steam) versions, which launch on the 28th September.
It's now been delayed again, this time to the useful "a later date". We'll pop that in the diary.
We've asked Square Enix if this delay relates to all versions of the game or just the PC and PS3 versions.
More usefully, Square Enix has detailed the downloadable add-on packs it has in store for the game.
From October to December five packs will be made available to download across all formats.
The first three expansion packs feature "a combination of all new puzzle, exploration and combat experiences" and new areas to explore.
The final two are playable character packs, "offering gamers the chance to experience the entire adventure without Lara Croft and Totec and instead with some other well-known videogame characters..." Cryptic.
Keza MacDonald reviewed for Eurogamer, and gave Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light a stonking 9/10. Check the first 15 minutes below.