AND Remake of Splinter Cell is officially under development by Ubisoft Far Cry 6 decided to revive the classic Stealth series after a painfully long absence.
Fans have been reveling in Splinter Cell’s groundbreaking interactive environments and stealth goodness since the first installment was released in 2002. In this single-player game, you play as Sam Fisher, a highly trained Black Ops agent who must take down various opponents.
Developer Ubisoft Toronto plans to renew Remake of Splinter Cell for a modern audience with “next-gen graphics and gameplay” while preserving the “spirit” of the original game. Want to know more? Read on to find out everything we know about Remake of Splinter Cell yet.
Splinter Cell Remake: Get to the point
- What is this? Remake of Splinter Cell from 2002
- When can I play it? to be confirmed
- What can I play it on? to be confirmed
Splinter Cell Remake: Release Date and Platforms
Ubisoft confirmed in 2021 that Remake of Splinter Cell he was “in the very earliest stages of development”. Unfortunately, this likely means we probably won’t see a remake release until at least 2024.
Given that Ubisoft has said it expects “next-gen graphics and gameplay”, we expect this remake to release on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC (at least).
Splinter Cell Remake: Trailer
Ubisoft has released a teaser video Remake of Splinter Cell in December 2021. In addition to the announcement, the video also delves into the history of the Splinter Cell series and how it changed Ubisoft’s identity, taking the Toronto-based studio away from working on Raymana cheerful and colorful platformer, introducing it to the AAA lifestyle.
Ubisoft hasn’t released any more Remake of Splinter Cell trailer, but you can find more deep dives in the classic stealth series The official Ubisoft YouTube channel (opens in a new tab).
Remake of Splinter Cell: plot and setting
We know that Remake of Splinter Cell will return to the world and story of the first game released in 2002.
The original plot begins with two undercover American agents going missing in Georgia, leading to Black Ops agent Sam Fisher being sent to investigate. While searching for the missing agents, Sam uncovers a larger conspiracy involving a corrupt government and nuclear missiles.
It’s unclear how much of this storyline will remain in the game Remake of Splinter Cellhowever, as confirmed by Ubisoft in a (now deleted) September 2022 job posting (via Tech4Gamers (opens in a new tab)) that it is “rewriting and updating history for a modern audience”.
“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,” the letter reads. So while producer Matt West previously founded Ubisoft, he wants to ensure that “the spirit of the early games remains intact”, expect a few updates.
Splinter Cell Remake: Gameplay
In blog post (opens in a new tab)producer Matt West revealed that Remake of Splinter Cell is being built from the ground up, so players can expect visual and design updates. West also confirmed, contrary to rumors, that the remake will be linear and will not feature an open world. No further details have been made available at this time Remake of Splinter CellGame.
However, since it is a remake of the original, we can expect that the characteristics of this title have been preserved Splinter Cell so iconic will be present here. Stealth has always been an operational objective in this series; taking advantage of the environment, lighting, and flexible movement was preferable to brutally breaking through obstacles.
Splinter Cell Remake: What’s New
It is created on Ubisoft’s Snowdrop engine
Ubisoft confirmed Remake of Splinter Cell is developed on the Snowdrop engine, which is also used in the upcoming Star Wars and Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora.