Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris

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Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris
Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris
Release Date December 9th 2014
Platforms PS4, Xbox One, PC
Rating PEGI 12
Game Chronology:
Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris (or short LCatToO, ToO, or LC2) is the continuation of Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light. As before it features an isometric game view and multiplayer capabilities, this time for up to four players instead of only two as in GoL.

The game is set in a temple in ancient Egypt. Playable characters besides Lara Croft are rivalling treasure hunter Carter Bell and the ancient Egyptian gods Horus and Isis. The main villain is Set, god of the Egyptian underworld, and his minions.

On their way through the temple Lara and her comrades have to overcome a wide range of puzzles and other obstacles like skeletons, beetles and a huge snake. As last time Lara has a wide range of tools and weapons at her disposal, for example the grappling hook, bombs, and her trusted dual pistols. The other playable characters each feature their own set of weapons and tools, e.g. the Staff of Osiris.

A trailer published at E3 2014 shows a variety of different enemies and puzzles.

There is also Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris Gold Edition, which is the physical copy of the game including some special items.

Release Dates & Platforms

  • December 9th 2014
PS4, Xbox One, PC


Lara Croft, famed explorer, thought she would be first to arrive at the temple, but up-and-coming archaeologist Carter Bell beat her to the entrance. They each hoped to find the mythical Staff of Osiris, but they discovered more than they bargained for.

The Temple was a prison for Horus and Isis, the last of the old gods not bound to Set. Seeing the Staff, Carter removed it from a mechanism, setting off the trap meant to keep Horus and Isis imprisoned. Lara and Carter now find themselves marked for death. Horus and Isis, freed from thousands of years in prison and in possession of the staff, promise Carter and Lara they will help them resurrect Osiris, the only god capable of saving Lara and Carter from judgement, and the only power that can hope to defeat Set. With a common goal of finding the fragments of Osiris, and stopping the return of Set, the companions form an alliance.

As they fight their way across the sands, they must face gods and monsters of myth and legend driven mad and controlled by Set. At stake is the fate of the world, as Set marshals his powers in order to return and reclaim his throne in the world of the living, with an army of the dead behind him. Set knows the prophecy has come, intent on remaking the world in his own image, a nightmare of storms and death.
Official Storyline



The main protagonist and playable character of the game
Rival archaeologist and another playable caharacter
God of sun, playable character
Mother of Horus, playable character
Only one, who's powerful enough to stop Set and the main goal is to resurrect him
The main antagonist, who must be imprisoned again to Duat


The Temple of Osiris consists of one Hub Level - the Overworld - which is split into different locations (Shrine of Osiris, Khepri Amphitheater, Oracle's Chamber, Cliffside) and several regular levels that can be accessed from the hub. The player will enter the hub after finishing the first level.

Downloadable Content

On December, 17th 2014 - as of Patch 1.2 - the Overworld has been expanded to incorporate the Sunken Chapel of Sobek section. There are two Obelisks here, that refer to the two DLC packs:

Contains the Level Tomb of Hoarfrost

Features & Gameplay

Key Features

  • Critically Acclaimed Franchise
Sequel to the award winning Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, one of the best-selling digital titles of all time.
  • All-New Adventure
Lara must overcome deadly traps and forsaken gods to uncover the missing pieces of Osiris and change her fate.
  • Classic Arcade Action
First ever 4 player co-op multiplayer experience featuring Lara Croft. Have your friends play as Carter, Isis, and Horus while you : play as Lara in the fully cooperative story mode – both offline and online supported.
  • Competitive Co-op
Compete against your friends with seamless drop-in/drop-out co-op to earn bigger rewards, treasures, and powerful artifacts to
boost your character. Will you work together or will you sacrifice your friends for a higher score?
  • Explore The Temple of Osiris
Lara’s return to a fan-favorite location featuring stunning visuals with dynamic weather and world state changes.
Official Website[1]

Co-Op Multiplayer

The game features an extensive multiplayer mode: As with the Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, it is possible to play the game on your own, but the more players join Lara in her fight against Set, the more complex the puzzles get. To solve them the special abilities of the different characters will be needed. Also, it is possible to combine local sessions with networked gaming, e.g. two players can play locally on one console while two other players log in to the gaming session from a networked console. [2] Unlike in GoL players can seamlessly join and leave multiplayer games without the need of restarting the current session.

On Windows PCs using the Steam version of the game, local multiplayer games for two persons is available. Besides the keyboard the game supports up to two Xbox 360 Controllers; other gamepads like the PlayStation 4's DualShock 4 that do not support Xinput do not seem to work as desired and need an additional Xinput Wrapper.




This article has been added to the list of Articles Needing Improvement. Please help us to improve the article or section.

The following reason for adding it to the list has been given: This list is incomplete; there are far too many weapons in ToO. Further reasons might be found on the "discussion page". --Wile E. Coyote (talk) 08:54, 29 October 2015 (CET)

(This notice may only be removed by the Admin.)
Weapon Used by Isis and Horus

Other Gear



Similar to Relics in Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, used to modify character's abilities. Found in
Treasure Chests, which need Gems to be opened
Similar to Artifacts in Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, used to modify character's or weapon's
abilities. Found in Treasure Chests, which need Gems to be opened


Other Finds

The amount of points gained with collecting Gems varies according to Multipliers



Obstacles and Triggers

Riddles and Puzzles

Changed in Osiris Shrine Interior
Changed in Osiris Shrine Interior


PS4 Xbox OnePCAction
Triangle Y Bomb
Square X Roll/Acrobatics
Circle B Interact
X A Jump
D-Pad Change Weapon
Left Stick Move Player
Right Stick Aim Weapon
L1 LB Torch (Archaeologists)
L2 LT Activate Osiris Glyphs (Egyptians)
R1 RB Fire Grapple (Archaeologists) / Magic Shield (Egyptians)
R2 RT Fire Weapon


Some details of the development process of Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris were revealed in the two-part video series "Developer Diaries":[3]

Published on Youtube on the 6th of October, 2014
Published on Youtube on the 18th of November, 2014

System Requirements


OS: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 Processor: 2.0 GHz high end Dual Core CPU Memory: 4 GB RAM Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 6000 series or better / NVidia GeForce 500 series or better DirectX: Version 11[4]


OS: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 Processor: Quad core CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 955 or Intel Core i5-750 Memory: 8 GB RAM Graphics: AMD Radeon HD R7/ NVidia GTX 650 DirectX: Version 11[5]


During December 2014 Crystal Dynamics released the original score of the game on Soundcloud, where it can be downloaded for free.[6] The files are provided in 24 bit 48 kHz better-than-CD-quality uncompressed WAV format. As of December, 30th 2014 there are 34 tracks published.

No. Title
1. Lara Croft Overture
2. Introduction - The Curse
3. Army Of The Dead
4. Ammit, Devourer Of Souls
5. Overworld I - Beneath The Desert Stars
6. Overworld I - Knives In The Dark
7. Tomb Of The Timekeeper
8. Ambushed!
9. Tomb Of The Silversmith
10. Apep, The Serpent
11. Fragments Of Osiris
12. Isis' Lament
13. Overworld II - Under The Desert Sun
14. Overworld II - Blood On The Sand
15. The Hidden Tomb
16. Khepri, The Sun Beetle
17. The Shrine of Osiris
18. Riddles of the Ancient
19. Overworld III - Desert Rains
20. Overworld III - The Flodwater Rises
21. Tomb of the Ferryman
22. Dark Waters
23. The Putrid Depth
24. Sobek, He Who Eats...
25. Overworld IV - Snowfall
26. Overworld IV - Iron and Ice
27. Tomb of the Architect
28. The Grinding Gears
29. Tomb of the Torturer
30. Throne of the Mad God
31. A Clash of Gods
32. One Last Chance
33. The Fall of Set
34. Finale
35. Isis' Lament (Sebastian Freij Remix) (Bonus Track)
36. Army Of The Dead (SuperSquare Remix) (Bonus Track)
37. Lara Croft Overture (zircon Remix) (Bonus Track)



  1. Retrieved Dec 31st 2014
  3. Retrieved on Jan 1st 2015
  4. Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris on Steam Store. Retrieved on Jan 1st 2015
  5. Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris on Steam Store. Retrieved on Jan 1st 2015

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