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Crystal Dynamics has announced a Gold Edition of Lara Croft and The Temple of Osiris for PlayStation 4 and Windows PC, alongside a couple of pre-order bonuses and a season pass.

The Gold Edition of the game will include a 3″ Mini Lara figurine, an artbook, a folding map of the Overworld, and the Season Pass. The game’s season pass will include access to all planned DLC, including the Icy Death and Twisted Gears Packs. Each DLC pack will contain new tombs to explore, plus six additional costumes.

As well as this, the developer also confirmed three pre-order bonus packs that will be available from select retailers. Steam and digital retailers will have the “Hitman Pack,” which inlcudes Hitman themed skins including the iconic Silverballers and The Agent ring, which gives your character increased weapon damage and more powerful bombs.

The “Deus Ex Pack” is available from Amazon.com and includes exclusive Deus Ex themed skins, including Adam Jensen’s signature combat rifle and the Augment ring, which reduces the cost of treasure chests by 10 percent. Finally, there’s the “Lara Croft Legend Pack” from GameStop that adds nostalgic Tomb Raider Legend skins including a golden pistol and The Legend ring, which gives your character health regeneration powers and a more powerful torch.

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris Gold Edition will be available from December 9 on Windows PC and PlayStation 4. The standard game is also coming to Xbox One.

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Lara Croft and The Temple of Osiris Gold Edition and Season Pass announced

By Matthew Bennett | 08/8/2014 08:57 AM PT

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Crystal Dynamics has announced a Gold Edition of Lara Croft and The Temple of Osiris for PlayStation 4 and Windows PC, alongside a couple of pre-order bonuses and a season pass.

The Gold Edition of the game will include a 3″ Mini Lara figurine, an artbook, a folding map of the Overworld, and the Season Pass. The game’s season pass will include access to all planned DLC, including the Icy Death and Twisted Gears Packs. Each DLC pack will contain new tombs to explore, plus six additional costumes.

As well as this, the developer also confirmed three pre-order bonus packs that will be available from select retailers. Steam and digital retailers will have the “Hitman Pack,” which inlcudes Hitman themed skins including the iconic Silverballers and The Agent ring, which gives your character increased weapon damage and more powerful bombs.

The “Deus Ex Pack” is available from Amazon.com and includes exclusive Deus Ex themed skins, including Adam Jensen’s signature combat rifle and the Augment ring, which reduces the cost of treasure chests by 10 percent. Finally, there’s the “Lara Croft Legend Pack” from GameStop that adds nostalgic Tomb Raider Legend skins including a golden pistol and The Legend ring, which gives your character health regeneration powers and a more powerful torch.

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris Gold Edition will be available from December 9 on Windows PC and PlayStation 4. The standard game is also coming to Xbox One.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89