Thanks to IGN, glad to hear it's not just a "simple facelift":

Tomb Raider is making the jump to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in the Definitive Edition, and will be more than just a "facelift," according to a Crystal Dynamics producer.

"...We're selling it on a new platform, with a lot of development work put in to custom craft it for the new platforms," Scott Amos, executive producer, said on the Eidos forums. "With the new additions for the aesthetic, the physics, the particles, the lighting - taking advantage of next-gen features - so I absolutely stand by our decision to offer up Definitive Edition the way we are."

The Definitive Edition has been updated specifically for the new consoles, and will include the Tomb of the Lost Adventurer DLC, six outfits for Lara, a digital mini art book and a digital comic titled The Beginning. Square Enix said Lara was obsessively detailed for the DE, as the game will run at native 1080p resolution.

"We'd love for every Tomb Raider fan to get to experience it on next-gen," Amos writes. "We are definitely looking to draw in those folks who may not have experience it yet on the last generation so they can experience this version on next-generation.

"But even for existing hardcore fans, we are confident in the offering we have as an excellent enhanced experience above and beyond what we'd previously provided."

Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition releases Jan. 28, 2014 for $59.99 US.