|Release date:||18 March 2005|
The chronology-warping FPS returns, armed to the teeth and fully online-enabled.
TimeSplitters 2 had pretty much everything you could want from an arcade-style first-person shooter: tight controls, awesome weapons, fabulous graphics and a mind-boggling array of modes. Unfortunately, online play for TS2 was dropped due to time constraints, but TimeSplitters Future Perfect rectifies this with full support for up to 16 players online. Lock and load...
Once more, you play as hardened time traveller Cortez, on a mission to trace the origins of the mysterious, era-hopping TimeSplitters. The Story mode, which can now be played co-operatively online or off, spans nearly five hundred years, from the First World War through to 2401.
Cleverly, all this jumping around through time and space means that you'll occasionally get to meet (and fight alongside) past and present versions of yourself as you battle the nefarious time-manipulating aliens.
Free Radical claims that Future Perfect will comprise hundreds of hours of gameplay and, frankly, we believe them. Online, battle through the Story mode co-operatively with a friend or engage in some all out 16-player deathmatch mayhem across a wide variety of maps.
Offline, team up with or take on friends in Deathmatch, Co-op and Capture the Flag modes, or tackle the massive Challenge and Arcade modes, collecting dozens of unlocks along the way.
New weapons, spectacular special effects and smarter enemy AI round off the package, making TimeSplitters Future Perfect one of the most essential first-person shooters on PS2.
- Massive array of online and offline modes for both Single and Multiplayer
- Take control of land vehicles and brandish new weapons such as the Gravity Gun
- Create your own battlegrounds with the improved map-maker