Nottingham studio Crytek UK will likely announce its new project at E3 this year, a key executive at the company has said.
Just going off what Avni said and how he said it, I would say it's likely that the game will be Timesplitters 4.
Does this mean another 30 second live action trailer with absolutely no game details? Edit: Timesplitters 4 would be very nice though, even if it is just an announcement.
that's E3 though. they would rather sell details of the game to Game Informer who then spend a month revealing tiny details and everyone loses interest
It likely will be just a short announcment trailer (similar to the initial Crysis 2 one) given that they have only just finished the multiplayer for Crysis 2.
I know it's a long long long shot but wouldn't it be amazing if it was Star Wars Battlefield 3... NO CHANCE :(
Glad I'll be there this June. Hoping for Timesplitters.
A new Timesplitters. But it will be bad because most of the original development team left the studio as it became Crytek UK. So they just stole the intellectual property to release a bad game that they know people will buy because it carries a good name. Expect no map editor, no bots, no customisation, bad humor, bad art style, loads of bugs, CoD ripoff gameplay, loads of bugs, no challenges, etc. We saw this before with the same team; perfect dark zero. And it happened to Rare too (hence why the new CBFD was a clone rather than new story etc becuase they didn't have the talent). Same for squaresoft (mistwalker now has all the core talent, hence why ff13 was bad) The original team responsible for timesplitters, perfect dark and goldeneye are now making facebook games because their IP keeps getting nicked. Just don't preorder TS4, wait until there is proof that it isn't bad. I don't want to spread hate or anything, just be cautious that they will use the TS name to sell a bad game.
I love everything that has to do with e3.
Inbe4 they make perfect dark 2 for 360.
I Love E3
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