Ubisoft has released the first concept images for the Splinter Cell remake

The series completes 20 years of existence this Thursday (17)

this thursday (17) It’s been 20 years since the first part of the Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell series was released in stores and changed the world of stealth games forever. To celebrate this special date, Ubisoft released a 20-minute video that remembers the history of the franchise and reveals its future.

in it The company has shared the first concept images of the reboot that its internal teams are working on🇧🇷 The images show common scenarios for fans of the series, showing Special Agent Sam Fisher sneaking into the shadows to infiltrate various locations and silently deal with enemies.

They show that too Ubisoft plans to bring different situations to the game, including scenarios where you need to rescue hostages. However, the most important element of concepts is that they reveal this Fisher will return to the three-lens eyeglass system Interchangeable.

New Splinter Cell is still in early development

up to this point The new Splinter Cell doesn’t even have a release date or confirmed platforms🇧🇷 Ubisoft claims that the game is still in the early stages of development, but already promises that it will bring the latest graphics and gameplay. In addition, the title will pay special attention to its light-shadow system.

The game will be developed using the new generation Snowdrop engineUsed in games like Division 2 and Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope🇧🇷 In addition to bringing the latest technologies, rebooting It promises to bring an updated story And it makes more sense for today’s audience and the geopolitical climate in which we live.

The game’s production suffered a major setback in mid-October when Director David Grivel has announced that he is leaving Ubisoft🇧🇷 However, given the fact that the new Splinter Cell appears to still be in pre-production, this might not be much of a problem for the company given the larger scope of its creation.

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