Deep Silver, the games publishing arm of Koch Media, has come out and killed expectations for its E3 showing. According to the publisher, you can forget about seeing Dead Island, Metro, Saints Row, or Timesplitters
Dead Island, Saints Row, Metro and TimeSplitters will not be at E3, Deep Silver has confirmed.
Its parent company Koch Media plans a livestream with new announcements for Summer Games Fest, but Deep Silver’s games will not be a part
I was really looking forward to being a furry little animal
Deep Silver and its newly formed studio Free Radical Design today announced they’re going to be reviving the TimeSplitters franchise after over a decade of silence. The first-person shooter franchise was great fun when it was released in the early
After 16 years, we’re finally going to see a new TimeSplitters game. This morning, publisher Deep Silver announced they’re reforming TimeSplitters studio Free Radical Design, with “key original members” returning to work on a new entry in the time-travelling
TimeSplitters will return, courtesy of a fresh studio named Free Radical Design.
This Free Radical Design will be a new developer owned by publisher Deep Silver, with several key figures from the original developer.
In a statement published on Twitter
Well, there’s some good news to start your day. A new TimeSplitters game is in the works with heaps of the original creators on board to shape it. Deep Silver has taken to Twitter to confirm the news, sharing that
Publisher Deep Silver has announced the return of Free Radical Design – which will be responsible for reviving the much-loved TimeSplitters IP. The developer will be made up of key members of the original Free Radical team, including the founders
Publisher Deep Silver has announced the revival of Free Radical Design, which will be responsible for reviving the TimeSplitters IP. It will be made up of key members of the original Free Radical, including the former Rareware employees Steve Ellis