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Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris due for enough DLC to merit a season pass

When Square Enix drops developer Crystal Dynamics’ Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris on December 9, 2014, fans will have the option of pre-ordering all of the DLC planned for the game, via a season pass, the publisher confirms. The pass includes both the Icy Death and Twisted Gears add-ons (it’s not clear if there are others), which add new tombs to explore, treasures (rings, amulets, and weapons) to discover, and six additional costumes. There’s no price listed for the season pass.

Square also revealed the details of a Gold Edition for the game, as well as an assortment of pre-order bonuses. The Gold Edition includes a three-inch figurine of Lara, an art book, a map of the game’s Overworld, and the season pass. It’s available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, the three platforms that Temple of Osiris is confirmed for.

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The pre-order bonuses all take the form of add-on content for the game, though take note that none are included as part of the season pass. Amusingly, all of the bonuses are themed after other Square Enix games.

Those that pre-order via Steam or PlayStation Network get the Hitman Pack, which includes Silverballer pistols and an Agent Ring, which boost weapon and bomb damage. Amazon pre-orders come with the Deus Ex Pack, which includes themed skins, Adam Jensen’s combat rifle, and the Augment Ring, which reduces treasure chest cost by 10-percent. Finally, the GameStop-exclusive Lara Croft Legend Pack includes a golden pistol and the Legend Ring, which grants your character health regen and a more powerful torch.

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is a follow-up to Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light. It’s a top-down action game that mixes the series’ trademark puzzle-solving with twin-stick shooting/combat. The new game moves the action to the Egyptian underworld, as Lara teams up with rival Carter Bell, and the Egyptian gods Horus and Isis, both imprisoned by Set, the Egyptian god of disorder.

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