Thief System Requirements Revealed

Square Enix has proven time and time again that they care about their consumers by making great quality titles with recent titles including the Acclaimed Tomb Raider Reboot, Hitman Absolution & the Incredible Sleeping Dogs aswell as new entries in the Final Fantasy Series and this time they are proving it once again with the incredible looking Thief Reboot and now Square have finally revealed the PC specs for their upcoming reboot.

The official community site for the game explains that the minimum a player should have includes:

Windows Vista with platform update
High-performance dual core CPU or quad core CPU
4 GB of RAM
AMD Radeon 4800 series or Nvidia GTS 250 graphics card
DirectX 10
20 GB free space on their hard drive or SSD

The recommended specifications are:

Windows 7 or Windows 8
AMD FX 8000 series or Intel i7 Quad Core CPU or better
More than 4 GB of RAM
AMD Radeon HD or R9 series or better or Nvidia GTX 660 series or better
DirectX 11
20 GB of free space on their hard drive or SSD

Thief takes inspiration from the previous entries & Dishonored and takes place in a dark fantasy world inspired by Victorian & Steampunk Aesthetics. Garrett, a master thief who has been away from his hometown for a long time, returns to it, a city named ‘The City’, and finds it ruled over by a tyrant called ‘The Baron’. While The City is infested by a plague, the rich continue to live in good fortune, and Garrett intends to exploit the situation to his favor.

Thief will be powered by Unreal Engine 3, Developed by Eidos Montreal & Published by Square Enix & will be available on PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 & Xbox One on February 25th in North America, February 27th in Australia & February 28th in the UK & Europe. Check out the trailer below.

Article by Matthew McNamee

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