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UK Publisher: Square Enix
US Publisher: Square Enix
Developer: Eidos Montreal
Age Rating: ESRB |
Details on Thief 4 are as hard to come by as the series' stealthy protagonist, Garret. It was announced as being in early production in 2009 at Eidos Montreal, who did a great job with Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Since then, aside from the silly Thi4f logo and some leaked storyboard artwork. If Eidos Montreal can reboot Thief as well as they did Deus Ex then this will be one to watch.
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