“It’s not just a remastered versionwarns Chris Auty. We redo everything from the beginning. We redo everything from scratch, everything will be fresh.” “Yes, we want to create this quality remake and do our bestsays Zavian Porter. This should help us provide a good foundation for the franchise in the future.“Obviously, the developers were mindful of fan reaction when announcing the game.”We’ve seen some great posts in the communityconfides Christian Carriere. There was an open letter on the subreddit. We saw this on social media, and it gives us a lot of strength.“
“And of course, with the remake, 20 years later, we can review the scenario, the characters, the story of the game, improve things, especially those that have not aged wellemphasizes Chris Auty. But the center of the story, of the experience remains the same.” “We also explored new ideas and features from other Splinter Cell titles“, indicates for his part Andy Schmoll. To calm the impatience of the followers, Chris Auty admits that the site is only in its infancy and that the teams are still in full prototyping. “We don’t want to rushhe assures. We want to make sure we have a perfect game, do everything well, have an incredible quality experience.“
A bit like Sam Fisher, the Ubisoft Toronto teams will now disappear into the shadows to continue working hard on Splinter Cell Remake which will rely, among other things, on the Snowdrop Engine (The Division). Clearly, there is no chance – even if you should never say never – that a trailer will be broadcast during the Game Awards 2022 which will take place on December 8. We take this opportunity to recall that last October, David Grivel, the director of the game, announced his departure to sail towards new adventures. He had notably worked on Splinter Cell Blacklist, Assassin’s Creed Unity, Far Cry Primal, 5, 6 or even Ghost Recon Future Soldier.