The major enhancement to this top-down, twin-stick foray is that more people are welcome on this Egyptian trip. Whereas Guardian of Light featured cooperative play for two, Temple of Osiris comfortably seats four, with the additional two slots going to Egyptian gods Isis and Horus.
Executive producer Scott Amos said that because Guardian of Light is a fan favorite, Temple of Osiris is "something we want to do right." We know where Crystal Dynamics' immediate focus with Lara is, but we don't yet know when we'll get to see the results of her psychiatric care. Regardless, it's a good time to be a Tomb Raider fan.
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