Ubisoft’s new multiplayer PvP game uniting several Tom Clancy titles has been leaked under the name BattleCat. Twitter user Zer0Bytes posted a series of internal images from the game that have since been removed, with VGC confirming the images were real, and for the in-development first-person shooter BattleCat, which will hit consoles and PC, VGC reports.
The game is said to combine Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon: Breakpoint and Division games into one PvP shooter inspired by Tom Clancy. Leaked images included playable characters from Splinter Cell’s Echelon, Breakpoint’s Wolves, and The Divisions Cleaners and Outcasts. Each class will have its own unique normal and ultimate abilities, such as the Outcast Divine Intervention, which briefly prevents nearby friendly players from dying.
The leak included two game modes: Escort and Leader. Escort requires attackers to direct the package to the delivery area, while defenders try to stop it, similar to a game like Payload in Overwatch. Leader features players trying to collect rings dropped from defeated players, similar to Kill Confirmed mode in Call of Duty.
According to VGC, BattleCat is in a very early stage of development. Ubisoft previously merged several Tom Clancy games with the mobile game Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad, which has been the subject of controversy over the use of the raised fist Black Lives Matter for the game’s terrorist faction.
As with any leak, it is important to note that the game may change dramatically during the development process and that some information may be out of date or inaccurate.