HEI$T planned for June

You can bank on it.

Codemasters has said it plans to release HEI$T on PC, PS3 and 360 this summer.

The publisher unveiled the fresh date to Videogaming247, after having previously promised to release the title last Christmas.

HEI$T is a third-person action game that involves robbing banks in San Francisco 1969.

The challenge is to create and execute a plan without being caught, naturally. You'll begin by focusing on small targets, but as you gather a better team with better equipment and know-how, you'll start pinching the biggest and fattest purses in the land.

Codemasters predicts there will be plenty of car chases and action to keep you on the edge of your seat, too.

Pop over to our HEI$T gamepage for some screenshots and other bits and pieces.

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