With the latest entry in Square Enix’s gritty Tomb Raider reboot series garnering so much attention, it’s easy to forget that last year’s Tomb Raider isn’t the only recent success Lara Croft has had. The download-only Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light earned itself a lot of praise for its beautiful graphics and fun, puzzle-driven co-op gameplay. Fans of the acclaimed spinoff also have cause to get hyped today, as Crystal Dynamics has announced a sequel, titled Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris (I must say I’m really digging the Indiana Jones naming convention). The new game, coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One, promises to improve on its predecessor in every way imaginable, with better graphics, more devious puzzles and four players to make your co-op experience that much more hectic. Check out the announcement trailer below.