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The next instalment of the arcade style Lara Croft titled games, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, will be released in December 2014. Set in ancient Egypt it features a four player multiplayer with three more playable characters besides Lara herself. Templeofosiris.jpg

The follow-up to Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, coming out December 2014.

The upcoming tenth title of the series, Rise of the Tomb Raider, is scheduled for release in late 2015 (holidays), exclusively for Xbox. - After the traumatising events of the last "Tomb Raider" Lara Croft has to deal with accepting her fate as an adventurer. Rise of the Tomb Raider.jpg

The follow-up to the 2013 reboot scheduled for the Holidays 2015.
Game Elements

A Tomb Raider game usually consists of several levels of different length. In the Classic Tomb Raiders, as well as The Angel of Darkness a game section (taking place at the same location) consisted of several levels. Since Tomb Raider Legend and the usage of a streaming engine, a division of the sections is unnecessary. Only tradition brought back several levels in one location in Tomb Raider Anniversary and Tomb Raider Underworld.

Important in-game elements in Tomb Raider are Enemies, Traps and Puzzles.


Many characters played an important role throughout the Tomb Raider games.

Tomb Raider Series

Currently the Tomb Raider series consists of 9 regular games, and one remake. The tenth official game is set to come out at the end of 2015. The first five games are also referred to as Classic Tomb Raiders. The sixth instalment The Angel of Darkness is the only one of its generation. With Tomb Raider Legend the third-generation, consisting of a trilogy began. In 2013 Crystal Dynamics did a reboot of the whole series beginning with Tomb Raider: A Survivor is Born.

Other Games

Besides the regular games, which were released for PC and gaming consoles, there is also a number of other games.

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