Thief (2014) Walkthrough

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Rob from the rich with Game Front’s Thief walkthrough. Garret returns in Eidos’ franchise reboot, trying to stop a mystical artifact and steal tons of loot in the process. If a few city guards get black-jacked in the process, so be it.

Stealth is the name of the game; if you’re caught, you’re dead. Using an extensive bag of gear and gadgets, Garret can find alternate routes, hidden treasures, or other valuable collectibles without alerting a soul. Weave through each mission with sneaking tips and tricks on our full Thief campaign guide.

Once you’ve got the story complete, browse our list of Thief cheats to find extra articles going in-depth with the fourth in the dark fantasy stealth series. If you’re a completionist, check out the achievements and trophies to see what challenges await on consoles.

Check back soon for new updates.

Table of Contents

  • Prologue: The Drop
  • Chapter 1: Lockdown
  • Chapter 2: Dust to Dust
  • Chapter 3: Dirty Secrets
  • Chapter 4: A Friend in Need
  • Chapter 5: The Forsaken
  • Chapter 6: A Man Apart
  • Chapter 7: The Hidden City
  • Chapter 8: Dawn’s Light
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    15 Comments on Thief (2014) Walkthrough


    On February 20, 2015 at 7:38 am

    Great to see you make it a family affiar, Neil! I had a graphics friend of mine take my idea (per the above website) and make it a fund raiser website for our senior non-profit website of What do you think would be the single best (shoot, a top 3 is also good!) ways we can attract small business to our Boomer Business Builders Network site? (Most of us are the proverbial old-timers (eg off-line in our career) so you might have to hit me over the head with your proverbial baseball bat!)Warm regards, Steve Lanning


    On February 20, 2015 at 4:46 pm

    Hi Maria,Thanks for your thoughts. In what way does BU have so many renitictross ? Do you mean how they require you to write 120 words per post, a maximum of two links per post, only one link to any individual webpage per BU blog and No Spam No Adult No Illegal or Hateful content posting is allowed in our network of announcement blogs ? I think those rules maintain the quality of the network and hats off to Mike for maintaining quality over quantity.Neil.


    On February 21, 2015 at 2:42 am

    Hi friends: Thank you for the aooplgy. You are right about everything. I would like to add that there is another big problem: even it the senders are well known and reknown marketers, they use to send too many emails. On a daily basis and many times more than one a day. Looks that they are only aimed to shoot as many as they can. Best wishes Jesus Moreno


    On February 21, 2015 at 5:06 am

    Hi Neil and Linda, Thank you for the concern you have for us, your ssrrcuibebs. I always appreciate the quality information you deliver. To me, less in quantity and better in quality is a sure winner. I take the time to read your posts because I trust your knowledge and above all, because I trust you. Best of health to you both, Marie-Berthe Leblanc


    On February 21, 2015 at 8:47 am

    Linda and Neil,I’ve got to say that I was totally iepmrssed by your unique thank you video. In the 2 years of purchasing ebooks, products etc. etc. I have received thank you emails but never anything like this. It was warm, touching and to the point. I was floored.Not only was the product great but you’ve made me feel good about dealing with real people like the 2 of you. Keep up the good work.Best Regards, Abi


    On February 22, 2015 at 2:51 am

    There’s lots of double blrerlaed names like this on the net probably the most infamous is the site for Pen Island www penisland.netHowever all is not lost Email and web addresses are NOT case sensitive so a bit of capitalisation can fix things looks much better doesn’t it. I’d recommend that everyone with a 2 or more word domain name do this to improve the readability.Regards, Eric G.


    On February 27, 2015 at 10:38 pm

    Hi Neil & Linda,Thank you very much for the valuable sotrfawe. I am using it already and It s pretty cool. One thing I noticed though that many times will bring up unrelated results (so that may be a thing the coders can look into) also I am getting just a few pages for very popular busy 9d niches.Other then that all is great. Thank you! Nicholas


    On March 4, 2015 at 9:23 pm

    Hey Bro,How did you land a hottie wife like Linda? No woednr you want to work at home online. She would have to hold a gun on you to get you out the door in the morning to go any other job. LOL! Just kidding. Love your blog. I have been reading it for over 3 hours now.Best Regards, Richard Hackworth


    On March 5, 2015 at 3:36 pm

    Hi, great video very natural, i have inallsted and used this software it is great. i was nearly going to upgrade another piece of software to include the do-follow atribute but this one does it for what i like best.That is free thanks for that is that what they say i cant remember something about moving the free line?steve


    On March 6, 2015 at 5:44 pm

    You guys seem awesome and this prucodt seems awesome any chance you might create a version for those of us who are Mac users?! (It’s rare that I get jealous of those misfortunates in the PC world, but right now they get to use Real Link Finder and I don’t! Pardon me while I go sit in the corner and sulk!)


    On March 24, 2015 at 9:52 am

    This is clearly by far the best finedr comparing to the similar one available. Definately one to use each day. Certainly one to keep on the desktop and USE IT. Thank you for the use and the detail you have put into this piece of very necessary software. Oliver Greene


    On April 10, 2015 at 9:26 am

    Hi Neil, Thanks for the video interesting and mdlily disturbing at the same time!I think I would reserve judgment on how this new trend, if it is a trend, will pan out.On the face of it, these types of sites look very professional and slick, but at the same time appear to be claiming they are offering impartial reviews, which I suspect many folk will view as a bit dodgy. People are already quite sceptical of the impartiality of reviews and I wonder if this apparent double-standard will wash with the general public, no matter how much they make themselves interactive.


    On April 11, 2015 at 10:04 pm

    Good article. Very ineistrteng.When I started out the Internet was dominated by one man bands. Over time big companies have made it a lot harder for the average affiliate site run by one or two people. This is an extension of that. As you say in the video these companies have funding we can’t compete with. Shame, but we need to move on and find new ways to keep our own smaller businesses going.This year my own focus is on establishing joint ventures and working with others. I’m probably 5 years too late!


    On April 14, 2015 at 2:42 am

    Hey Pete. I would guess that Comet did their sums and worked out that itnisnevg in their affiliate-like site would generate more revenue (counted as an affiliate) than it would cost to set up and run. Presumably they save both the affiliate costs and the affiliate network costs of each sale generated from that site. With UGC being free, they only need to pay people to moderate comments/reviews and tweet.


    On April 19, 2015 at 8:26 am

    You are good at what you do.You are genuine and sell good stuff.You put a lot back to the community.You also spent a lot of YOUR free time showing others how to make a living.Thanx for it all including the quality you put in to it.On a lighter note, thats some lady you got there……lucky guy…..but then she is too…no I am not lolGood luck and stick with it even if you get the flamers ….it shows you work.