We got a glimpse at the gameplay of Eidos Montreal's Thief reboot this summer, but now, the studio has put out a slickly produced trailer that reveals much more of the game. The three-minute video is up on YouTube, and you can also watch it below:
I'm much more impressed by the visuals in this trailer than in this summer's gameplay clip. There's a stronger sense of the game's visual style, and the level of detail makes it quite clear that this is a next-gen title—even if the dark setting doesn't really lend itself to eye candy.
The gruff narration sounds a little cheesy, though. And is that very shy dubstep I hear around 1:23 in? Ugh. Video game trailers.
Thief is due out on February 25. Eidos Montreal is planning a multi-platform release across the PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3.
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