The upcoming Splinter Cell remake could be slightly different from the original due to being rewritten for today’s audiences.
This news comes from a screenwriter work list (opens in a new tab) at Ubisoft (as found by power supply (opens in a new tab)), which says that the developer is “rewriting and updating the story for a modern audience.” The job description also says, “we want to keep the spirit and themes of the original game while exploring our characters and world to make them more authentic and believable.” If you didn’t know, the original Splinter Cell was released way back in 2002, so it’s safe to say a lot has changed in 20 years.
Long-time fans can rest assured that the essence of the original will remain intact, though further down the job listing it reads: “As a writer at Ubisoft Toronto, you’ll be joining the narrative team and helping to create a cohesive and compelling storytelling experience.” for a new audience of Splinter Cell fans.” The job description also says that Ubisoft is “assembling a team with passion, drive, and respect for trifocal glasses,” as well as “preserving what is at the heart of the Splinter Cell experience.” Splinter Cell”.
After originally being revealed in December 2021We don’t know much else about the new version of Splinter Cell, other than the fact that it’s being made with Ubisoft’s snowdrop engine, the same one used to develop Avatar: Pandora’s Frontiers Y Ubisoft’s next Star Wars game. There’s also no firm release date for the remake, but considering it’s still in the script writing stage, we may be waiting a while.
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