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Monday, 30 April 2012 08:15

Crytek talks TimeSplitters 4

Written by David Stellmack



Not in development at this time


After much speculation and much talk, Crytek finally has gone on the record regarding TimeSplitters 4. According to a denial that was delivered to CVG, it would appear that, “No, it’s not in development,” will have to stand as the official position of the company at this time.

The news seems to put an end to rumors and speculation that a Time Splitters 4 is in the development pipeline. While the news isn’t going to make fans of the TimeSplitters franchise happy, from the way that we understand it (according to our own sources), Crytek needs to put its resources on other projects at this time; that does not mean that it will never happen, it just isn’t happening right now.

While we know that the idea to do Timesplitters 4 has been pitched inside Crytek, it just isn’t in the cards for the moment.


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