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Wednesday, 05 February 2014 08:13

Thief remake has gone gold

Written by David Stellmack

Will make its February 25th release date

The wait for the Thief remake is coming to an end. Word out of Eidos Montreal is that Thief has gone gold. The title goes gold ahead of its February 25th release in North America and February 28th release in Europe.

 

No one at Eidos Montreal wants to talk about the sometimes rocky road that the title took to get here. The title received quite a bit of negative feedback from fans of the game, and the studio responded by listening to the fans and reworking some of the game to address some of the fan complaints.

Eidos has very high hopes for Thief and is looking for it to do well. Of course, it will be hard to repeat the success that was seen recently with the Tomb Raider reboot, but that is what publisher Square Enix is hoping will happen.

It will be arriving for Xbox 360, Xbox Once, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC when it arrives later this month.

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