|Source: Inc Gamers|
Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix have this week announced the development of Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris for release in the near future. Set to launch exclusively on next-generation consoles (much like its recently-announced retail companion Rise of the Tomb Raider), the follow-up to the hit 2010 third-person puzzle game Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light will boast a four-player co-operative campaign as well as the option to go it solo in the titular Tomb Raider's latest underground excursion.
So as to shake up the well-worn dual-character dynamic from Guardian of Light, Square Enix are introducing two new Ancient Egyptian heroes into the fray in the form of Osiris (who gives the product its sub-title) and Isis. Together they'll fend off threats from both ancient times and present day, and although we doubt that Temple will manage to match the sheer scale of Rise of the Tomb Raider's open-world environment, if anything, it may come out on top with regards to the classic puzzle-platforming gameplay for which the series is best known. Stay tuned to On-Screen for updates on Temple's development and release schedule in the months ahead, and be sure to check out the first teaser trailer below...
Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris will retail for PlayStation 4 (via PSN), Xbox One (via Xbox Live) and PC in 2015.