Feral Interactive and Crystal Dynamics are excited to announce Lara Croft’s debut on Nintendo Switch in The Lara Croft Collection, releasing on June 29th.
Pre-orders are now live for this double pack, which comes locked and loaded with both Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light® & Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris®, with each game offering hours of explosive arcade action. Whether playing alone as Lara or teaming up with friends for up to four-player local co-op, The Lara Croft Collection is packed with exhilarating run-and-gun combat against undead hordes and creatures of dark myth, as well as fiendish puzzles and intricately designed Challenge Tombs to test players’ wits and reflexes.
The Lara Croft Collection arrives on Nintendo Switch on June 29th and is now available to pre-order in the Nintendo eShop for $24.99 / £19.99 / €24,99.
About Lara Croft and the Guardian of the Light
Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light is an action/adventure game that combines the familiar, exciting hallmarks of the Tomb Raider franchise, like character progression and fun, fast-paced combat, with player cooperation and competition. Players take on Xolotl and his armies of creatures, explore the world, and solve puzzles at their own pace. Adventurers can jump in as Lara Croft or play co-op with another player joining as Totec.
About Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris
Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is the sequel to the critically acclaimed Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, featuring stunning visuals and a new story set deep in the deserts of Egypt. Lara joins forces with rival treasure hunter Carter Bell, and the imprisoned gods Horus and Isis, to recover the fragments of Osiris before the evil god Set enslaves all of mankind. Either playing solo as Lara, or working together in up to four player co-op, players explore the temple, defeat hordes of enemies from the Egyptian underworld, solve devious puzzles, and avoid deadly traps. All the while, players will compete for treasure, powerful artifacts, and ultimate bragging rights.