The only logical sequel to T2 after was a prequel showing the future war, too bad they messed that up with Salvation.Hi, it's been some time since I posted, I've had some things go on in life that keep me from posting. I watched Terminator: Dark Fate recently and wasn't impressed by it at all. Not because of the forced diversity or wokeness, it offered nothing new for the franchise. It was Terminator 3 redone, John gets swapped with Sarah and they took bits and pieces from the films Dark Fate disregards as canon (T3 Rise of the Machines, Salvation and Genysis) and had James Cameron's involvement (very little from what I heard)
Linda Hamilton has aged pretty badly and Arnold's "Carl" is a joke, it made Terminator 3 look like Shakespeare. Terminator is a product of it's time and had it's day. James Cameron is more concerned with his "Dance with Wolves in Space".
I realized the sequels after Terminator 2 weren't great because there was no story left to after Terminator 2. James Cameron and Linda Hamilton have said that before.
Hell, this was the original ending to Terminator 2 before it got changed:
I recommend checking out the game Terminator Resistance, it came out about two years ago and was developed by a small eastern european studio which means its pozz free. You play as a survivor in the future and the aesthetic looks a lot like the synthwave future from the first two films. It's a pretty solid shooter with some survival elements mixed in.