Thief 4 is still very early in development, with no word of what systems it will be shipping on yet.We spoke to Stéphane D’Astous, the general manager of Eidos-Montreal, who told us thathas “been in the concept phase for approximately five to six months.””In the world of gaming, there are mainly three phases – the concept, pre-production, and production – and right now we’ve reached our goals with the conceptual base, the story.””We’re going to be hiring approximately 40 people over the next six months – artists, programmers, designers, all the works. They’ll be working on the next phase, which will be pre-production, so it’s too early right now to mention any kind of a release window or SKUs that we’ll be working on.”Personally, I can’t imagine Thief not shipping on PC, and considering D’Astous also spoke about technology and hardware I’d imagine it’ll appear on the more powerful consoles. For more on that, though, you’ll have to wait for our full interview, which will be up later today.
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