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Next-Gen Thief Reportedly Leaked, Coming Next Year [Update: Confirmed]

Posted on Tuesday, March 5 @ 09:20:58 PST by Alex_Osborn

[UPDATE]: Game Informer has just revealed that the cover of their April issue will feature Eidos' Thief reboot, confirming that the game will launch on next-gen consoles in 2014. Check out the debut trailer above.

[Original Story]: It looks like Thief fans have a new entry in the series to look forward to, as Square Enix's alleged upcoming announcement regarding a fresh installment in the franchise has be leaked early by Russian website GamesManiac.

The game is apparently just called Thief (that's right, no "4" at the end) and will launch on next-gen consoles as well as the PC sometime next year. Game Informer is expected to reveal the cover of its latest issue today, and word on the net is that it will feature this new game from Eidos.

Bear in mind that Eidos and Square Enix have not confirmed any of this, so be sure to stay tuned to GameRevolution for future updates on this new entry in the Thief series. In the meantime, check out more of the game's alleged screens right here.

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