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Tuesday, 13 March 2012 08:33

Is TimeSplitters the secret project?

Written by David Stellmack

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Crytek said to tell all in April reveal

Crytek apparently is working on a third project beyond Ryse (that it is doing for Microsoft and Homefront) that it is working on for THQ. Crytek says that it will reveal this secret project in April; but beyond bragging about how good the new project looks, they are not talking about what it might be.

Rumors continue that Crytek has struck a deal with EA for a new title and, of course, those jumping to conclusions are suggesting that it could be an EA-published TimeSplitters sequel that is the third mystery project. Still, some believe that it is nothing more than a Crysis 3 announcement.

Look for the news to arrive next month, and in the meantime we can all continue to guess.


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