Our anticipation for Crysis 2
just skyrocketed for a terrible, terrible reason. See, in a recent interview with CVG
, Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli responded to a query about the possibility of a new entry in the TimeSplitters
franchise by saying, "Yeah, we have been discussing it, but nothing has been confirmed yet, so let's see after Crysis 2
." The developers of the chronologically unstable series, Free Radical, were purchased by Crytek
back in 2009, and now have their hands full with developing Crysis 2's multiplayer component.
Don't get us wrong -- we're definitely looking forward to Crysis 2
based solely on its own merits as an innovative first-person shooter. But we also want a new TimeSplitters, and if that means we have to ship Crysis 2
before it's ready to free up resources, then, well, that's an egg we're willing to break.