Splinter Cell Remake will update the game’s story for a modern audience

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Originally released in 2002, the first installment in the series. fragmented cell promise to have a tone of the story quite different from the remake that Ubisoft is preparing. A screenwriter’s job released by the company indicates that it aims to update the narrative of the franchise to achieve a “modern audience”.

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So far it is not clear what this means, but the expectation is that the game will bring themes of politics and global espionage more adapted to today’s world. The remake had its production confirmed by Ubisoft in December 2021 and, since then, it has not released more details about what it is preparing.

The remake of Splinter Cell will be made with the Snowdrop engineassociated with games as disparate as Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Y Battle of the Kingdom of Mario and Rabbids. Ubisoft promises the game will deliver “next-gen visuals and gameplay, and the dynamic lighting and shadows the series is known for”.

Splinter Cell has been almost 10 years without new games

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Although Splinter Cell remains a beloved series for those who followed its releases, almost 10 years have passed without receiving an official release. His most recent chapter is Splinter Cell: Blacklist, game released in August 2013 that brought more action-focused gameplay systems and replaced famed voice actor Michael Ironside with Eric Johnson in the role of protagonist Sam Fisher.

Since then, Fisher has reappeared in other Ubisoft games such as Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands. (again with the voice of Ironside), but he did not get to star in a new solo adventure. Before confirming that he was working on a remake, Ubisoft has even announced a virtual reality experience for the series.which was canceled by her in July this year.

The screenwriter responsible for the new Splinter Cell will have the mission to maintain the spirit of its original themeswhile developing your characters to make them authentic and realistic. The game has no platforms and no release date.and sources consulted by the VGC website assure that at the moment it has not even started its production phase.

New Splinter Cell has an open world in the mold of Halo Infinite [RUMOR]

New Splinter Cell has an open world in the mold of Halo Infinite [RUMOR]
Reports indicate that Ubisoft has greenlit the development of a new adventure starring Sam Fisher.

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