Six new, super-hi-res Thief screenshots for you to examine

Thief

By on October 9, 2013 at 11:37 pm

Have you checked out our hands-on Thief preview yet? Well, once you’re done, you might want to come back here and ogle at the new hi-res screens we’ve just been sent by Eidos.

Take a look below — click to enlarge, of course.

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Purdy

 

Texture resolution on a lot of those objects is pretty average though.

The folks are not going to like that…

 

PinothyJ,

Textures would have been optimized to run on all systems across the board.
As long as the game runs smooth on a 120hz monitor that’s all that matters in terms of visual quality.

 

ralphwiggum:
Purdy

Very Purdy, indeed!

Not that I have ever play any of the Thief games.

 
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