Be prepared for ghoulish action in this spooky mod for TimeSplitters 2! The story is set in an alternate 1979, where a mysterious plague has been corrupting people into undead monsters across America. As the newest recruit of an organization investigating the incidents, you'll battle against zombies, cultists, and all sorts of enemies in your search for answers. You'll experience this journey across 5 Story Mode levels and 4 MapMaker levels.
All sorts of thrills will await players: dozens of diabolical new characters, an arsenal of grisly new weapons like the OVE9000 Saw and Battle Rifle, and plenty of quality of life improvements for the game. Blast through MapMaker Story levels in co-op, test your wits against enemies like the Cult Defender or Brutus Heavy Zombie, and make sure to conserve your ammo; the last thing you want is to hear your gun go *click* during a shootout!
TimeSplitters 2 Redux, the project to fix up the Homefront port of the game on PC, has been getting steady updates since its initial v.1 release. We're up to v.27 now, and it features general improvements along with a mod I've been passionate about working on - the PC version of Haunted Edition!
Experience the survival horror mod on a native PC game, with Keyboard+Mouse support and widescreen options! All five story missions return, plus a bonus level and three modded challenges to try your luck at! PAK mods also introduce some exciting options like new gun models, different level props, and two restored TS1 tracks!
Additionally, the update includes mods to make the cut John Vattic character playable and reincorporate the unused TS1 gun models into Homefront's TS2. It isn't clear why they were included in the Homefront port, but why look a gift horse in the mouth? Now the TS1 throwables, Blunderbuss, and even more weapons can be used in TS2!
V.27 of TS2 Redux can be installed on top of its previous versions. Just make sure to choose between the Remix Mod, Haunted Edition, TS1Guns, and Playable John Vattic! Only one of those game-changing mods can be active at once.
Thanks for reading and following the development of TS2 Redux! We all hope you enjoy the new release as much as we enjoyed working on it!
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I never knew Gamecube games can be modded LMAO
I know, right? It's surprising how much you can reshape them. TS1 also has a lot of modding potential - there have been some custom story levels made with it alongside Cheat Engine.
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