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If you fancy playing Thief on your PC then you’re going to want to know if your rig can actually run it. These recently announced minimum and recommended specifications should help answer that question.

“Even with the advent of next-gen consoles, for many old-school fans, Thief will always be most at home on the PC,” the developer wrote. “To ensure the best possible experience on the platform, we’ve teamed up once again with the pros at Nixxes, who previously worked on the PC version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution and last year’s Tomb Raider.”

Minimum Specs

  • OS: Windows Vista with platform update
  • CPU: High-performance dual core CPU or quad core CPU
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • Graphics Card: AMD Radeon 4800 series / Nvidia GTS 250
  • DirectX: DirectX 10
  • HDD/SSD: 20 GB

Recommended Specs

  • OS: Windows 7 or 8
  • CPU: AMD FX 8000 series or better / Intel i7 Quad Core CPU
  • RAM: 4+ GB
  • Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD / R9 series or better / Nvidia GTX 660 series or better
  • DirectX: DirectX 11
  • HDD/SSD: 20 GB

“We’ve partnered up with AMD to leverage the advanced capabilities of Radeon graphics processors, including AMD’s Eyefinity multi-display technology, TrueAudio, Mantle API, and state-of-the-art DirectX 11 rendering for the best image quality on PC,” the developer added.

Thief is set to release February 25 in North America and February 28 in Europe for PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4.

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Thief minimum and recommended PC specs revealed

By Matthew Bennett | 01/20/2014 06:44 AM PT

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If you fancy playing Thief on your PC then you’re going to want to know if your rig can actually run it. These recently announced minimum and recommended specifications should help answer that question.

“Even with the advent of next-gen consoles, for many old-school fans, Thief will always be most at home on the PC,” the developer wrote. “To ensure the best possible experience on the platform, we’ve teamed up once again with the pros at Nixxes, who previously worked on the PC version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution and last year’s Tomb Raider.”

Minimum Specs

  • OS: Windows Vista with platform update
  • CPU: High-performance dual core CPU or quad core CPU
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • Graphics Card: AMD Radeon 4800 series / Nvidia GTS 250
  • DirectX: DirectX 10
  • HDD/SSD: 20 GB

Recommended Specs

  • OS: Windows 7 or 8
  • CPU: AMD FX 8000 series or better / Intel i7 Quad Core CPU
  • RAM: 4+ GB
  • Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD / R9 series or better / Nvidia GTX 660 series or better
  • DirectX: DirectX 11
  • HDD/SSD: 20 GB

“We’ve partnered up with AMD to leverage the advanced capabilities of Radeon graphics processors, including AMD’s Eyefinity multi-display technology, TrueAudio, Mantle API, and state-of-the-art DirectX 11 rendering for the best image quality on PC,” the developer added.

Thief is set to release February 25 in North America and February 28 in Europe for PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4.

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89