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Back when Free Radical still existed, the developer had a HD download version of TimeSplitters 2 in the works. The project was never released.
"We had a 'HD' downloadable version of TimeSplitters 2 in development at Free Radical in 2008," explained Steve Ellis, a former founder of the studio in an interview with Notenoughshaders. "I don’t know what happened to that but yes, I’d love to see it released at some point.
"Maybe it could be the catalyst that is required in order to raise enough interest in TimeSplitters 4 that a publisher might want to fund it."
Ellis now works at Crash Lab, a new studio he co-founded with two former Rare employees, Martin Wakeley and Lee Musgrave. Free Radical was purchased by Crytek in 2009 after going into financial administration and later renamed Crytek UK.