Steal Like a Master Thief on PC


Eidos-Montréal’s upcoming Thief reboot, slated for release on PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One on February 25, 2014, has a special treat for PC gamers. The ‘Master Thief’ edition, available for pre-order at the Square Enix Online Store and other digital download distributors for $52.99 (minus 10% if pre-purchased on Steam), includes the following pack of digital treasures:

– Official Digital Artbook – stunning concept art that offers a sneak peek into the shadowy world of THIEF.

– Digital Comic – Delve deeper into the shroud surrounding Thief’s obscure world with this complete collection of digital comic books.

– Booster Pack – Get access to an exclusive bundle of optional in-game consumables that can empower you and hasten your progression through THIEF.

– Director’s Cut Original Soundtrack – a remarkable collection of THIEF tracks.

– THE BANK HEIST in-game mission: Infiltrate the City’s most secure location, Stonemarket First Bank, to steal a coveted family heirloom called the Star of Auldale. To this day, this heavily guarded and treacherous place remains impregnable, but that’s about to change…

    * A challenging mission that will put your thieving skills to the test.
    * Outsmart security measures found exclusively in this mission
    * Search for the Bank’s unique loot and many other secrets
    * A true homage to the Bank mission in Thief II: The Metal Age.

Console gamers can also get in on the Thief II bank robbery homage as the Bank Heist pack is available as a pre-order bonus for all versions of the game. Sneak a peek at the Bank Heist mission in the trailer below.

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