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Thief Simulator 2 is coming to PC in 2022, gets debut gameplay trailer

Ultimate Games has announced the sequel to Thief Simulator, Thief Simulator 2. This game will be coming to PC in 2022, and you can find below its debut gameplay trailer.

Thief Simulator 2 promises to be a unique blend of stealth, adventure and simulation. This first-person perspective simulator will allow them to try their hand at numerous plundering challenges, starting with ordinary houses, and moving on to banks and other well-protected facilities. The gameplay will be based mainly on observation, planning, making well thought out moves, covering your tracks and fencing the appropriated items.

Rafal Jelonek, COO at Ultimate Games S.A., said:

“In Thief Simulator 2, we will improve the best features and solutions known from the first instalment, at the same time offering players a whole package of new possibilities. Expect new goals, skills and challenges.”

The developers are preparing as many as three extensive and varied locations, filled with not only houses, but also restaurants, banks and other special spots to rob. During breaks from heists, players will also be able to target cars; from average vehicles to sports and luxury ones. The experience and goods they gain will facilitate their career development.

Rafal Jelonek added:

“The new instalment will be bigger, better, prettier and even more exciting. We pay great attention to the feedback from our community gathered around the game. We are also preparing numerous surprises for fans of the series. As a result, Thief Simulator 2 will offer everything that the players liked about the previous instalment and much more.”

Enjoy!

Thief Simulator 2 - Official Reveal Trailer

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