Image default

New Splinter Cell Remake Concept Art And Details Revealed In Anniversary Video

Ubisoft celebrated Spinter Cell’s 20th anniversary by releasing a new video reflecting on the series and discussing its upcoming remake. The video revealed some details on the project’s status as well as some early images. 

The Splinter Cell remake was first announced last December, but we’ve known very little about it other than it’s being rebuilt from scratch in Snowdrop Engine (used to make The Division, Mario + Rabbids games). In the video, the team states the experience will be identical to the 2002 title but it wants to implement improvements and features introduced in later Splinter Cell titles as well as smooth some rough edges. For example, the team wants to give players more opportunities to de-escalate situations when things go awry instead of getting an instant Game Over. 

The dev team also shares that the project is still in the early prototyping phase. As such, the studio will be going dark “for a while” to focus on making the game, so it will likely be a good while before we hear anything substantial about the remake again. In the meantime, you can take a look at the gallery of new concept images shared during the presentation below. 


Splinter Cell doesn’t have a release window or announced platforms. This remake is only one of many on the horizon, and you can keep up with all of them by checking our big list of upcoming video game remakes.

Source link

Related posts

Football Manager 2023 Console PS5 Delayed

Leroy Daugherty

PC gaming market is set to grow again after pandemic and overstock corrections

Leroy Daugherty

Daily Themed Crossword November 22 2022 Answers (11/22/22)

Leroy Daugherty

10 tips and tricks for playing Fortnite

Leroy Daugherty

Steam Store Suggests System Shock Releasing March 2023

Leroy Daugherty

Street Fighter 6 review: worth it for the brilliant new campaign alone

Leroy Daugherty

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More