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Splinter Cell Remake Confirmed

Development Started at Ubisoft Toronto

Ubisoft has given thumbs up to a remake of its most popular stealth shooter game, Splinter Cell. On Wednesday, it was confirmed that a Splinter Cell Remake is in development, with the developer behind it being Ubisoft Toronto. The game will be rebuilt on Ubisoft’s Snowdrop engine from the ground up. The same engine was used to develop Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and the upcoming Star Wars game in collaboration with LucasFilm Games.

Three developers shared their thoughts on the series and what makes it such a revelation. Creative Director Chris Auty, Producer Matt West and Technical Producer Peter Handrnos have revealed their thoughts on this project and showed its importance for the whole team. The team player is heavily into consideration when preserving this game for future generations while also noting how innovative its gameplay was at its time.

The developer’s perspicuity provides insight into Splinter Cell’s history, including why these games continue to hold up so beautifully against modern standards even though they were released more than ten years ago. To look at the complete script, make sure you visit Ubisoft’s official website.

Ubisoft has also revealed that they need extra brain for this project to become a reality, and the developer is currently hiring to develop Splinter Cell Remake.


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