After some rumors that ruled out the possibility of a new Splinter Cell, the vast majority of you know that late last year Ubisoft announced the return of its successful saga, confirming Having a Splinter Cell remakewhich will use the graphics engine they use to develop Avatar Frontiers of Pandora, snow White🇧🇷
While we’re still waiting for a release date for the Splinter Cell remake, thanks to creative director Chris Auth, we’ve learned (via IGN ) new details about the highly-anticipated title that prove we’ll still have to. patient because he has not yet been discharged Very early stage of development🇧🇷 But that’s not all, as to celebrate the franchise’s 20th anniversary, First pictures From the Splinter Cell remake.
Splinter Cell Remake | details
– It’s still a prototype, it’s not in a hurry
– The core experience will be the same as the original
– Exploring new techniques/ideas + elements from other SC games
– Hopes to create “a good foundation for the future of the franchise”
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As you can see in the gallery above, the first images of the Splinter Cell remake are here conceptual art which shows the beloved Sam Fisher in various moments of action accompanied by his multivision glasses. these pictures We weren’t given much of an idea of what to expect in the final gameBut creative director Chris Auty decided to offer some interesting details.
After 20 years, we can look at the game’s plot, characters, overall story and make some improvements, things that may not have aged so well. But the core of the story, the core of the experience will remain the same as the original game.
Obviously, a special forces soldier will be better prepared. They break in differently or enter rooms differently than a regular security guard. We can really improve AI engagement, how they respond and what they respond to. With all this we can enhance the cat and mouse game between Sam and the enemies, especially if our enemies behave like trained professionals.