Developer Crystal Dynamics showed off the upcoming Guardian of Light sequel Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris at Gamescom in Cologne earlier this month and PAX Prime in Seattle this week. Visitors got a little hands-on time with the demo, and the developers talked up the game's exciting new features, including two-to-four-player co-op with puzzles that scale up or down depending on the number of players.
This action-packed trailer premiered at Gamescom.
In this interview, also at Gamescom, Temple of Osiris Producer Robert Siwiak talks with Connected Digital World about the game's plot and new features like the Season Pass, which is basically a pre-purchase for all future DLC, including new tombs, weapons, amulets, rings, and costume packs.
Other highlights include the return of both swimming as a game mechanic and Keely Hawes (Legend-Underworld) as the voice of Lara.
And finally, here's a taste of the demo from the floor at PAX Prime. Thanks to IGN for this 4-player co-op footage.
For more info about the game, check out these past blog posts and the Temple of Osiris page on tombraiders.net.