Lara Croft Discovers Gold in the Temple of Osiris


The controversial timed Xbox console exclusive Rise of the Tomb Raider is a year away from its holiday 2015 launch, but Miss Lara Croft is still primed to raid some tombs this holiday season.

Don’t forget about Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, sequel to top-down puzzle adventure spin-off Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, which has gone gold and is officially locked in for a PC, PS4 and Xbox One digital download launch date of December 9th.

Hopefully this one doesn’t get lost in the holiday shuffle of so many AAA releases. The original was a fun surprise, so even if it turns out to be simply more of the same, Temple of Osiris should be a worthwhile experience for those of you who enjoy raiding tombs and solving puzzles.

Catch up on the latest developer diaries below for a preview of the game’s puzzle mechanics and four-player co-op action.

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