TimeShift

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Genre: Action
Publisher: Vivendi
Developer: Saber Interactive

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'TimeShift' - v1.2 Patch Available NOW

by Rainier on Nov. 5, 2007 @ 2:46 a.m. PST

TimeShift is an innovative FPS in which players control time to complete missions and defeat foes, TimeShift will leverage first-of-its-kind gameplay abilities and functionality, the latest graphics technology, and high production values to create a truly unique action game experience.

Get the Timeshift v1.2 Patch off WP (26mb)

This update is for all versions of TimeShift and brings it up to v1.2

  • Fixed "NAT traversal problem" people behind NATs are able to see servers.

This update is for all versions of TimeShift and brings it up to v1.1

  • Fixed preview picture of character model showing all of the models at the same time
  • Fixed multiplayer issue when switching Surge gun with another weapon
  • Fixed grid-like artifacts when Distortion Effects and DOF set to On at 1920x1080 resolution
  • Fixed multiplayer issue where player can be inside the cargo containers
  • Fixed a multiplayer bug that allows infinite grenades
  • Fixed clipping issue in the sentry room on level 1
  • Fixed a crash after quick load on level 2
  • Fixed a maphole in multiplayer Map 13
  • Fixed Time Shield distortion effect
  • Improved multiplayer performance
  • Fixed some localization strings
  • Fixed ZF2 nonprogression at start position
  • Fixed King of Time incorrect timer bug
  • Fixed some UI issues
  • Fixed memory leaks
  • Fixed multiplayer issue where last player goes to spectator when failed to join full server
  • Fixes and improvements to network driver
  • Fixed alt-tab crash in multiplayer
  • Visual improvements to the grass
  • Fixed video setting issue

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