TimeSplitters: Future Perfect is in dire need of an overhaul and fans agree.
TimeSplitters fans have long called for more, as 18 years have gone by since we last witnessed any TimeSplitters games hit consoles with single and multiplayer fun.
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TimeSplitters was first released for Xbox, PlayStation 2, and GameCube consoles in 2000 – quickly becoming popular due to its wide array of weapons, customizable characters, and stunning soundtrack. It quickly earned fans’ approval!
Reviews were extremely enthusiastic, leading to two sequels – TimeSplitters 2 and today’s subject, TimeSplitters: Future Perfect.
Future Perfect is widely considered the superior all-round title in its genre and single player campaign is often held up as its greatest feature.
All titles eventually made the transition onto current-gen platforms via backwards compatibility, boasting smoother visuals and framerate improvements – though many fans longed for something larger – such as an outright remake.
Reddit user GrimGhost007 created a post discussing this game, outlining why a remake would be beneficial to fans of its “gem”.
Many concurred, recalling fond memories of playing it on its original hardware as well as revisiting it with modern ports.
“I played this last year on Xbox Series X with its backwards compatibility system; automatically upscaling to 4k 60fps looks fantastic; does not need remake; just needs proper release on PlayStation.”
“I am so ecstatic to know others still remember this iconic game – until today, I thought it was only me who remembered.”
“While I found ‘Time Splitters 2’ more enjoyable, this game is also good.”
TimeSplitters games would fit seamlessly onto current-generation platforms, so perhaps we should all agree it is in development? But unfortunately we have heard nothing since.