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See Garrett's Hideout In New Thief Gameplay Trailer

Posted on Wednesday, October 9 @ 08:11:53 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Thief, the upcoming stealth-action title from developer Eidos, is set to launch in February of next year. To get you pumped for its impending release, the folks over at Square Enix have released a brand-new trailer for the title, which just so happens to be chock-full of gameplay.

Check out the embedded video above for a look at "Garrett's hideout, the dark alleys of the City, and your old friend Basso." In addition, you'll "see all the pillars of Thief gameplay in action - Infiltration, Theft and Escape - as Garrett enters the Baron's manor, grabs the shinies and leaves without a trace."

Thief launches on February 25th for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. Will you be picking this one up on release day? Let us know in the comments below.

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Related Games:   Thief (2014)
Tags:   Eidos, Square Enix, Thief
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