Development of the Splinter Cell remake is in full swing


Ubisoft recently ended a meeting with its investors, and it revealed a few details about the company’s short-term and long-term plans. Among the many topics discussed, there was time for a few words about the remake of Splinter Cell.

In a segment on the future of the company, Ubisoft assured that the development of the Splinter Cell remake is ongoing: “The project is in the hands of the Ubisoft Toronto team and will use the full power of the Snowdrop Engine,” the French company confirmed, which, however, preferred not to comment on the timing release.

The project, which was announced last December, is obviously still in the early stages of development, so it could be a long time before we see it on store shelves.

Not much is known about the project at this time, but enough to give us hope. Powered by the same graphics engine as The Division and the upcoming Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, Splinter Cell Remake will be faithful to the original and not an open world game.

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