CVs: Thief 4 to use Unreal 3, feature online functions

By Johnny Cullen, Tuesday, 17 January 2012 10:00 GMT

Several LinkedIn CVs posted on NeoGAF (via CVG) have shown Eidos Montreal is using Unreal Engine 3 for Thief 4, while other profiles suggest the use of online functionality. The term “online tools” is used one of the resumes. The series has remained primarily a single-player franchise up to now, and Eidos Montreal maintaining a singleplay-only stance for Deus Ex: Human Revolution. GAF has the full lot and more.

Despite the acknowledgement of its development, Thief 4 still hasn’t been shown. That should change this year, though. Hopefully.

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