A campaign for the creation of TimeSplitters 4 has gained the attention of some Crytek staff. The campaign aims to show Crytek that there are fans willing to buy TimeSplitters 4 if it is made, mainly by getting 100,000 likes on its Facebook page. Crytek, formerly known as Free Radical Design, has taken notice and some within the company have even commented on the campaign.
Graeme Norgate, the composer of previous TimeSplitters games, said he would contribute a victory theme song in the campaign if it succeeds. Additionally, an artist from Crytek said he would contribute a character design if the page gets more than 1,000 likes on the Facebook page. In an interview Cevat Yerli, Crytek president, was apprehensive about reviving the series but that doesn’t mean that it is impossible.
Overall, it looks like the campaign has at least some degree of potential. If you are interested in helping further the campaign, like its Facebook page which can be found here: