Eidos Montreal’s Nick Cantin discusses the possibility of a ‘Thief’ sequel. Will strong sales overcome the game’s middling critical review?
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Get up close and personal with the skills of Garrett, the master thief, in a new video detailing the gameplay mechanics and showing demo footage from Eidos MontrÃ©al’s ‘Thief’ reboot.
Hot off the heels of the Xbox One announcement, Thief & Destiny are both confirmed for the console. Read on for more info.
Numerous departures, an ever-growing budget, and a problematic demo all suggest development on the ‘Thief’ reboot is in more trouble than Eidos Montreal is letting on.
An online petition to Eidos Montreal and Square Enix, asking them to bring back ‘Thief’ actor Stephen Russell, has gathered almost 2000 signatures.
Gamers may not yet know the name Romano Orzari, but as the actor charged with bringing ‘Thief’s’ titular hero to life, they soon will.
The upcoming ‘Thief’ reboot will be under more scrutiny than most games, but the developers remain optimistic the game will meet gamers’ increasingly high expectations.
‘Thief 4’ producer Stephane Roy has said that the team wants to focus on a high-quality single-player campaign, and that there won’t be any competitive multiplayer.
A new trailer for Eidos Montreal’s next entry in the ‘Thief’ franchise has arrived to show master thief Garrett is still fully stocked and perfectly capable.
Now that ‘Thief 4’ has been revealed as Game Informer’s April cover story, Eidos Montreal is opening up about the reboot, simply titled ‘Thief,’ coming to PC and next-gen consoles in 2014.
The unannounced next title from Eidos Montreal will be unveiled in the coming months and we expect it to be Thief 4, available on next-gen consoles.
‘Thief 4’ may still be hidden in the shadows, but developer Eidos Montreal appears to have plans for the future series reboot that extend beyond it stealthy roots.
The ‘Thief’ series hasn’t made an appearance in over six years, but that may soon change at this year’s Game Developers Conference.