2023 and beyond is looking to be a fruitful time for fans of remakes and remasters, and here are 13 of the best to look forward to.
The team also wants to "give the player a few more opportunities to de-escalate some situations," says senior game designer Andy Schmoll.
"We want to make sure that we absolutely nail the game, we actually do everything in the right way, and produce an absolutely stellar-quality experience," says creative director Chris Auty.
David Grivel has announced that he's leaving Ubisoft, where he's worked for over a decade on franchises such as Splinter Cell, Assassin's Creed, and Far Cry.
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While cracks do rear their head sometimes, the original Splinter Cell remains one hell of a game 20 years later.
Remakes and remasters have become increasingly popular in recent years, and here are 15 upcoming remasters and remakes that you should keep an eye out for.
When these franchises were at their best, their was nothing else quite like them.
There's no doubt that stealth games are fantastic, but some of the genre's staple mechanics wouldn't make any sense in real-life.
Amidst rumours that the beloved dormant stealth franchise could be making its long-awaited comeback, Ubisoft has filed a new Splinter Cell trademark.
Tom Henderson describes it as a "more stealthy" version of Assassin's Creed with an open world "similar to" that ine Halo Infinite.
Sources have suggested that a new Splinter Cell game has been greenlit, and the news seems equal parts exciting and concerning.
GamesBeat's Jeff Grubb claims that Ubisoft was testing a new game around E3 that had more than a passing resemblance to Splinter Cell.
The title is currently in an "early phase of production" and sources seem to indicate that it could be developed by a studio outside of Montreal.
A new leak has spilled the beans on an unannounced Ubisoft project. Allegedly early in development, the game is unlikely to be announced at E3.
A tightly-designed, linear approach is the best one for this stealth franchise.
Well, Sam is back, I guess.
The man is everywhere except his own game.
Adam Jensen never asked for this.