Watch Porn's Ron Jeremy in this '70s Heist Game Trailer

Crookz: The Big Heist launches this August for PC; watch a live-action trailer and see some screens here.

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Tropico publisher Kalypso on Friday released a new live-action short film meant to promote the upcoming 1970s heist game Crookz: The Big Heist, which was originally announced back in August 2014. Today's trailer, which features porn icon Ron Jeremy, is the extended cut of the initial video released last summer.

Watch the video to see an unlikely band of thieves take on their next job: robbing a gold statue from Jeremy's home. It's quite well done, featuring high production values and some funny scenes.

The video is meant to capture the tone of Crookz, the upcoming game developed by Skilltree Studios. It's due to launch for PC at physical retailers and through Steam on August 25.

In the 1970s-era Crookz, every member of the game has a different skillset (like NPCs in Grand Theft Auto V's heists), so players will need to tactically work together to pull off their missions.

Crookz features 18 missions "set in a colorful and stylish '70s setting," along with all manner of tools for your characters to use, including camera jammers, chloroform, and explosive charges, among others. There is also a Challenge Mode players can compete in and leaderboards so you can track your progress against others.

For more on Crookz, check out some images in the gallery below.

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