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Ubisoft Toronto announces a new version of Splinter Cell


Fans of Splinter Cell, whose last game dates back to 2013, have much to celebrate: the video game giant Ubisoft has announced the redesign of the very first installment of the series, launched in 2002.

Ubisoft’s promise: a game that will appeal to fans of the original title, but also to more modern gamers thanks to the possibilities offered by the next-generation PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series consoles.

However, we cannot play this title in the open world. The developer instead relies on linear levels where the people who manipulate the controller make choices every square centimeter, according to Ubisoft. The visual design of the game will also be updated, as will several design elements.

Splinter Cell marked Ubisoft’s history at the turn of the millennium in a context where the company was best known for its character of Rayman, who evolves in a colorful and light world. It was the first darker and more violent game from the French giant, according to a video published by the team working on the game’s overhaul. Ubisoft Toronto also signed Blacklist, the last chapter of the series in 2013, before launching into titles such as Far Cry 5 and 6, as well as Watch Dogs: Legion.

Splinter Cell fans will have to take their troubles patiently, however, because Ubisoft has not revealed its timeline for the release of the title. In the video announcing the game, a producer specifies that the team is still in its infancy in terms of development.

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