What’s taking a long time is finally a good thing: Ubisoft has officially confirmed the return of the hidden-action movie series Splinter Cell — in the form of a remake.
Fans of Sam Fisher and the Splinter Cell series finally have an official reason to be happy: After nearly years of speculation about the franchise’s return, Ubisoft actually did nails today and officially confirmed it.
However, you will not be able to enjoy a completely new part at the moment, because Ubisoft is currently working on a remake of the first 2002 part. Tom Clancy’s splinter cell It should be fundamentally redesigned and updated to the latest technical standards.
Ubisoft Toronto is responsible for this and is developing a remake based on the Snowdrop engine. This first appeared in Tom Clancy’s The Division in 2016 and is also used in upcoming Avatar and Star Wars titles from Ubisoft.
In an interview, tech producer Peter Hendrinos confirmed that it was time to finally return to the franchise. It was “enough time to miss an entire generation of gaming consoles,” he said; It eventually became the last branch in the series Splinter Cell: Blacklist Released in 2013.
She said it will now take some time to figure out exactly what the progress means for the game of Light and Shadow, which is so important in a stealth title, as well as for animation technology, gameplay, artificial intelligence, and sound. As a result, fans should also be able to expect something new, even though they want to convey the same feeling it had two decades ago.
The original was released in 2002 for GameCube, PS2, PC, and Xbox, so it’ll celebrate its 20th anniversary next year. There is initially no release time window for reproduction, nor is there a specific naming of platforms.
However, the remake is supposed to be the starting shot, because according to the creative director, it will lay “a solid foundation for the future of Splinter Cell”. So it looks like Ubisoft has more plans for Splinter Cell fans.
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