This past week has seen significant strides in progress for the team. It had culminated in a group meeting where we had put a lot of our work together into the latest build of the game and had searched for issues to fix. There were a few assets that had to be left out of the build for the time being, but should be available for internal playtesting within the next couple weeks.
Progress on art assets remains steady. Sean had performed polishing work on Compound and Castle, and the screenshots provided show a glimpse of said work. Alfred has also been picking up some of the animation work to help move things along on the character and weapon side of things. Bianca had also mentioned that she would really want to power through the Machine Wars robots from TimeSplitters Future Perfect, though I would imagine requests for certain robots could be taken into consideration. As for myself, I have been trimming down the list of geometry needed to be recreated on Bunker and Planet X; in addition, I am beginning polish work on Streets, a contribution to the weapons in the form of the double barrel shotgun, and something else to share down the road.
We also had a handful of community members apply for environment art positions on the team over the past couple weeks, and we have interviewed each and are testing their skillset; seeing their previous work, we are quite confident in their abilities and are looking forward to their results.
Lastly, freelance writer and community member Robert Zak had contacted us about conducting an interview to write a piece for Rock Paper Shotgun on what we have been up to. It's probably not breaking news for the community here, but we do hope that this article and our progress is a catalyst for the eventual tide of information that will be coming with the gameplay trailer. Here is the link for said article: https://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2016/06/06/timesplitters-rewind-pc/