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Post by Eorl @ 07:09pm 17/08/13 | 2 Comments
Eidos-Montréal has unveiled a new CGI trailer showing off a nice blend of both old and new footage to make sure you know exactly what it takes to become a master thief like Garrett.

If a newish CGI trailer wasn't enough for you, Eidos has also announced the official release date for their rebooted Thief, seeing an arrival in Australia and New Zealand come 28th February 2014. Eidos accompanied the announced date with some key quotes from what appears to be political candidate Baron Northcrest and the oppressed masses led by Orion, the voice of the people. In a City on the brink of revolution, Garrett’s skills are all he can trust as he walks the fine line between politics and the people
“This city will not die with the old and the poor holding it back.
The time has come for a new future”

- Baron Northcrest

“No more will our homes be taken and our families starved.
This City belongs to the people. We must seize it back.”

- Orion
Keep to the shadows and take a glance at just what to expect from Garrett in the CGI trailer below.

Thief will be launching on PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.




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ravn0s
Posted 07:23pm 17/8/13
square enix makes some damn good CGI trailers.
Sile
Posted 09:11am 20/8/13
Typo; Says releasing on Playstation 4 & Playstation 4.
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