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First Chapter of The Raven – Legacy of Master of Thief Arriving July 23rd

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Nordic Games has announced the release of the first in-game trailer for The Raven – Legacy of Master of Thief Chapter 1. Players will be able to download the game on July 23rd for PC, Mac and Linux. The new trailer will give more insight into the journey ahead in the first chapter entitled The Eye of the Sphinx.

From the Press Release

Nordic Games today revealed the first in-game trailer with audio commentary by KING Art for The Raven – Legacy of Master of Thief chapter 1, available to download for PC, MAC, Linux on July 23rd.

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