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Need some more Lara in your life? Your wish may soon be granted as it looks like Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris may be coming to Linux.

Thanks to SteamDB we have this info:
QuoteChanged Depots
318876/config/oslist: macos
318876/name: Mac Game Content
318877/config/oslist: macos
318877/name: Mac Executable
318878/config/oslist: linux
318878/name: Linux Game Content
318879/config/oslist: linux
318879/name: Linux Executable


Before getting too excited remember SteamDB is not an official website, so this is not a true confirmation.

Also, this game is unlike most of the others and it doesn't look like it was very well received. Going by overall Steam reviews is doesn't look great, but I will give it thoughts when it's out.

About the game
Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is the sequel to the critically-acclaimed Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, and the first-ever four-player co-op experience with Lara Croft. Featuring stunning visuals and a brand-new story, players must work together to 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.

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris takes place deep in the deserts of Egypt. In her new adventure, Lara must join forces with rival treasure hunter Carter Bell and imprisoned gods Horus and Isis, to defeat the evil god Set. As Lara and her companions fight the elements of nature across the sands and through ancient tombs, they will battle legendary deities and creatures of myth. With the fate of the world at stake, Lara must recover the fragments of Osiris to stop Set from enslaving all mankind.

Thanks to our lovely Telegram group for pointing it out. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Eike 7 Jun, 2016
I'm surprised by the reviews, it has got a decent 85% in my favorite PC games magazine. Metacritic has 73.
kalin 7 Jun, 2016
If it come to linux and have nice performance I will buy it. Look like nice game for multiplayer.
ElectricPrism 7 Jun, 2016
So from the community forum it seems like this game is 4 player local co-op? If so that's fantastic I'm collecting 4 player local games to play with friends local.

Gaming, Friends and Linux are all the things I am combined.
melkemind 7 Jun, 2016
It looks like most of the negative reviews are about performance problems and bugs. This might be one of those games they should fix on Windows first before they bother porting it.
shiba87 7 Jun, 2016
Well... other step before Rise of Tomb Rider ^^
Homepcgamer 7 Jun, 2016
I played Guardian of Light and was a good game (I didnt finished though) there was some small bugs but was very funny and playable in local and online coop. But by the comments in Steam seems like this one is more bug than a game...

Still I'll try it. If it's a mess I'll go to a refund.
Linas 7 Jun, 2016
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This looks like a great local coop game, and I am always in the market for those.
coeseta 7 Jun, 2016
QuoteNeed some more Lara in your life?
YES and I would love to have Tomb Raider 1 - 4, Legend, Anniversary and Underworld ;)
immortel 7 Jun, 2016
I played Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light when I had an XBox 360. I will be very pleased if it really comes to Linux.
Nezchan 7 Jun, 2016
So they'll port the sequel to Guardian of Light, but not the game itself? That sucks, since I actually have that game as a leftover from my Windows days, but am left unable to play it without jumping through Wine hoops.
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