The development team Cinder Interactive Arts puts out a bizarre teaser trailer for TimeSplitters Rewind, confirming a 2017 release for the forthcoming project.
Today sees the release of Homefront: The Revolution — and the long-delayed game is packing a pair of fully playable levels from the beloved Timesplitters 2.
In an homage to the beloved Timesplitters franchise, Homefront: The Revolution will let gamers play through the first two levels of Timesplitters 2 via an in-game arcade machine.
With the successful backing of ‘Banjo-Kazooie’ spiritual successor ‘Yooka-Laylee’ fresh in our minds, we take a look at other franchises that deserve a crowdfunded reboot.
The development team behind ‘TimeSplitters Rewind,’ a multiplayer-focused send-up of the first three ‘TS’ games, suggests that a PS4 port might be in the title’s future.
Despite previous rumors, Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli claims that ‘TimeSplitters 4’ is not in development. His wishes to the contrary, however, have sparked a rapidly growing Facebook petition to fund the game through Kickstarter.
Could Crytek UK secretly be working away on ‘TimeSplitters 4,’ giving Crytek another shooter to stand alongside Homefront 2 and Crysis 3? Read on for the latest rumor from inside sources.
The developers behind ‘FarCry’ and ‘Crysis’ have clarified their plans for the beloved ‘TimeSplitters’ first-person shooter series.
The developers behind the popular ‘Timesplitters’ series infer that the multiplayer in ‘Crysis 2’ draws from lessons learned before their acquisition by Crytek.
In a recent interview, the CEO of Crytek announced that they will be announcing something big around the time of E3 this summer. What could it be?
Crytek UK is shopping the idea of resurrecting the ‘TimeSplitters’ franchise to publishers. Believe it or not, it actually sounds promising.