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Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli recently sat down with CVG to talk about the developer’s working relationship with Crytek UK, which was formerly known as Free Radical Design.
If you’ll recall, before Crytek acquired Free Radical, the company was hard at work on TimeSplitters 4, a new entry in their wild first person shooter series. After the purchase, Crytek put TimeSplitters 4 on hold, renamed the company and set them to work on the multiplayer portion of Crysis 2.
But TimeSplitters 4 may yet live as Yerli told CVG, “Yeah, we have been discussing [TimeSplitters 4], but nothing has been confirmed yet, so let’s see after Crysis 2.”
It’s not confirmation, but it’s definitely a very good sign.