Crytek CEO Avni Yerli has said that its UK arm is aiming to announce its new project at E3 this summer.
Speaking to Develop, Yerli said it had "ambitious plans" for the TimeSplitter developer that was once known as Free Radical.
"I think at E3 this year – or just after – we are going to make a big announcement that I think people will be happy about," he said.
"They were very pleased with their contribution to Crysis 2 [Note: Crytek UK made the multiplayer component - JC], and we have very ambitious plans for Crytek UK. The studio is now up to 85 people, with nice new offices. The main thing is that the team are having a lot of fun – that’s the most important thing to us."
Yerli added the "UK scene" would be "very pleased" with what Crytek UK was working on.
Crytek UK has said in the past it'll start work on either a new IP or TimeSplitters 4, a project the studio worked on previously as Free Radical.
Fellow Yerli, Cervat, had said in the past that Crytek and Crytek UK were discussing TS4's development.
E3 takes place on the week of June 6 in Los Angeles.