Hei$t (Heist) [X360/PS3/PC – Cancelled]

Hei$t (Heist) [X360/PS3/PC – Cancelled]

Heist (HEI$T) is a cancelled action game that was in development by inXile Entertainment and would have been published by Codemasters for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. The game was to be set in San Francisco, California, circa 1969, where the players would have been able to control a group of criminals as they perform various thefts. In January 2010 Codemasters announced that the game had been officially cancelled, as we can read on CVG:

“After a much extended development period, Heist has been terminated as a project and removed from our release schedule,” a Codemasters spokesperson told CVG.

“Codemasters is focusing its future portfolio on high quality titles that will, in the majority, be developed and produced by our internal studios.”

Some more info on Heist’s gameplay can be found in the original press release:

In addition to knocking off banks, each with their own set security precautions, throughout the city, players will be highly motivated to pull off further jobs. These include raiding bars, restaurants, strip clubs, armoured cars, and more in order to acquire the bigger and better tools needed to penetrate the increasingly more difficult banks.

Thanks to Robert Seddon and Landlock for the contribution!



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One thought on “Hei$t (Heist) [X360/PS3/PC – Cancelled]

  1. Ross Sillifant

    Whilst Codemasters annouced it had been canned in 2010, at same time they came out with the PR statement, the developer stepped forward and said:Actually the game was canned in 2008.

    So why on earth Codemasters sat on the news is beyond me.I can only assume they had hoped to return to it at a later date, then realised project simply could not be salvaged.

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