Photo Gallery: Lara Croft & the Temple of Osiris Demo Screencaps

Things have been a little quiet on the blogging front lately due to my upcoming wedding. It’s tough to sit down and write a full article while juggling a full-time job and wedding planning (seriously, I don’t recommend it). So, instead, I thought I’d share some screencaps I made of PlayStation Blog’s Lara Croft & the Temple of Osiris demo gameplay video, which aired on their Twitch channel a couple of days ago.

Lara Croft & the Temple of Osiris Gold EditionFor those not familiar with this upcoming spin-off title, Lara Croft & the Temple of Osiris is a sequel to the popular online co-op game Lara Croft & the Guardian of Light and is set to be released on 9th December 2014 for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The game boasts a total of four playable characters, Lara Croft (naturally), rival archaeologist Carter Bell, and the Egyptian gods Isis and Horus, and will see our heroes join forces to resurrect Osiris and save humanity from the evil god, Set.

Gamers can already pre-order their copy of the game and those who opt for the “Gold Edition” will receive a copy of the game with a season pass (which offers 6 extra costumes and additional tombs to explore), an exclusive 3″ Lara Croft figurine, a map of the Overworld, and an art book packed with Temple of Osiris concept art. Full details of the the “Gold Edition” and other pre-order incentives can be found on the Tomb Raider Tumblr blog!

Screenshots of Lara Croft & the Temple of Osiris’ Opening Cinematic & Demo Gameplay

Credits: All of the screencaps above were created by Kelly M and were taken from PlayStation Blog’s video, PlayStation Plays Lara Croft & the Temple of Osiris. Lara Croft & the Temple of Osiris © 2014 Square Enix Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Kelly McGuire is a writer, part-time translator, and gamer who is passionate about archaeology, language learning, travel, and wildlife conservation. She tweets under the username @TRHorizons and is the admin and chief content creator for Tomb Raider Horizons.

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6 Comments on “Photo Gallery: Lara Croft & the Temple of Osiris Demo Screencaps”

    1. I’ll probably get it for the PS4. Hopefully the game also has a single-player mode as I’m not really one for online gaming and I’m not sure how willing my partner will be to play this game (he’s not a big fan of the Tomb Raider series). Either way, it looks great so far and it’s good to see Lara back in the tombs where she belongs.. 🙂

  1. nice arrangement of pics, it’s like a super visual resource so thanks for taking the time out to do it! I’m a bit nervous about the multiplayer idea tbh. I’ve heard it’s worked well for previous TR games though:) ALSO! Do you know about the upcoming TR novel!? ( I think it’s only to be released in the US/UK so I can’t order it from where I am (Aus) but fingers crossed they’ll bring it here somehow haha ^_^

    1. I’m not entirely sure but I think people will also have the chance to play it in single-player mode and that the puzzles, etc, will be configured differently according to how many players there are. I’ve only played the demo for its predecessor Guardian of Light and I think the other character was controlled by the game’s AI. If I find out any more info about the game’s single-player mode, I’ll let you know. 🙂

      As for the novel, I have heard about it indeed but the synopsis on the website (and Amazon) is pretty vague. Lara deals with another mysterious organization and has to save Sam (again) but there’s nothing about where the action will be set. Perhaps they want to keep some things secret, LOL. From what I’ve heard, the novel bridges the gap between both games (TR 2013 & Rise of Tomb Raider) and is set before the current comic series. Talk about cramming in as much action between the games as possible.. :-p

      1. Right I see, well that sounds good:) Giving players a choice is usually a nice part of game design. Guardian of Light, that was it, I was on the fence about whether or not I should by it on steam, but I might give it a shot now. Thank you for that ^_^ Yeah the deets about the novel don’t give much away (BUT! I figured out I could pre-order it through Barnes and Noble and get it internationally shipped, yes!) but I am so glad it’s based around the most recent TR and as you say is leading up to Rise of the TR. I loved TR, and that certainly felt like it had a lot of action crammed into it as well!;) So. Much. Shooting. Hopefully reading about it will give off a less violent vibe! You know, passive absorption of knowledge and all ^_^