Video: It may be CGI, it may be from a lighting compositor’s demo-reel, but it is Thief 4. Allegedly.
I hate leaks. They ruin baths, bottles, and online banking. I’m only moderately keen on leeks, though this with the understanding that they’re moreish and nutritious. But there’s one sort of leak that we can all enjoy: corporate
leeks leaks. That one guy at the office who says: “My oh my, I’m tired. How tired am I? I’m so tired I’m not going to go through the arduous motions of logging out, I’m just going to kip under the canopy of my tall office pot plant.” At which point enters The Cleaner.
(Keep your Batmans and your Sandmans and your Manmans, The Cleaner is the only hero I’d get embossed in zinc for my overly-sized mantle piece.)
He steps over the sleeping office worker, in this case a Eidos Montreal employee, and goes straight to the computer to look through their incriminating files, that done he starts looking for files he can leak. In this case he found this:
Yes, sleepy Eidos employee #2874 had a portfolio video of Thief 4 just sitting on his desktop (behind four passwords and other defences, but The Cleaner does not worry about these things). Except, The Cleaner has been known to fabricate things in the past, so whilst someone would have to go to a lot of effort to fake this, it may not be real.