It also said that a definite release for the sequel to 2005’s TimeSplitters: Future Perfect, which released on Xbox, PlayStation 2 and Gamecube, is still not guaranteed.
“Trusted OXM sources have claimed that they’ve seen TimeSplitters 4 running,” said the magazine.
“That’s no guarantee that it’ll be released – at least one version of Star Wars: Battlefront 3 was cancelled without ever being announced – but it’s a promising sign.”
Various rumors have hinted at the possibility of a fourth game, with developer Crytek UK, known formerly as Free Radical Design, having previously expressed interest in bringing a new iteration to market.
Crytek UK, which is currently working on Homefront 2, also developed the multiplayer component for Crysis 2, released last year on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.