According to new rumors, it seems that Ubisoft, after a decade, has finally licensed a new game from the Splinter Cell series. Cell)
Apparently, a source recently told VGC that a new part of the game has entered development. In this way, Ubisoft hopes to bring back the opinion of fans who were disappointed with the distance from the series, as well as the introduction of mobile and virtual reality versions of the series.
It is not clear which studios are on this The project is working. However, two people familiar with Ubisoft's plans speculated that the new splinter cell would be developed by a non-Montreal-based studio, which was typically responsible for making the series. Interestingly, sources indicate that the game is in the early stages of development, but it is unlikely that Ubisoft will decide to introduce it next year. If so, next year's E3 may be a good time to introduce the work.
Ubisoft seems to have embarked on this popular sequel as it recovers its image to gamers and the media. Following a wave of allegations of discrimination and sexual harassment, a group of employees say they are dissatisfied with some of the cultural changes Ubisoft has made.
The newest main game in the Splinter Cell series was Splinter Cell: Blacklist, which was released in 2013. In fact, 8 years have passed since the last episode of this series. This is the longest time fans have waited for a new episode of the series since its launch in 2002.
Of course, Ubisoft introduced a Splinter Cell-related project last year, but that project failed. Satisfy fans because it only belonged to virtual reality headsets and was developed in collaboration with Facebook. Fans wanted a new and original episode in the series.
Last year, Ubisoft CEO Yves Gilmutt said that the splinter cell needed an evolution before it could return. "When you develop a new game, you have to make sure that it is different enough from what you have done before," he said. The last time we made a splinter cell game, we were under a lot of pressure from the fans, who said, "Don't change it, don't do this, don't do that," so the game development team was a little anxious to work on the game. He also said that one of the factors that made them wait for the development of a new game from Splinter Cell was the success of other series such as Assassin's Creed and even newer series such as Watch Dogs and The Division. Not only have these works sold relatively well, but developers have also been eager to work on newer works. In the past, we've covered in detail why Ubisoft is not building a new splitter cell. Be a very exciting fan and end their long wait to see Sam Fisher again and a new splinter cell effect.