Today, Ubisoft shared Splinter Cell fans with an unexpected glimpse of the upcoming remake of the popular stealth game, with a set of art from a very early stage in the development process.
Some new art images released by Ubisoft as part of the Splinter Cell series’ 20th anniversary celebrations depict Sam Fisher in action with those familiar polyvision glasses, not to mention his unique style of questioning his enemies.
Creative Director Chris Auty confirmed that the new Splinter Cell sequel is still at a “very early” stage in production, and appears to be a long way from an extended reveal and release date, continuing:
After 20 years, we can look back on the plot, the characters, the overall story of the game and make some improvements, things that may not have aged well, but the core of the story, the core of the experience will remain the same as it was in the original game.
Technical Director Christian Carriere said:
Obviously, special forces soldiers would be better trained, they would penetrate rooms differently or enter rooms differently than a normal security guard would.
Splinter Cell was originally released in 2002 and introduced us to the character of Sam Fisher, a covert ops agent who investigates the disappearance of two CIA officers. As the story unfolds, Sam finds himself at the center of a conspiracy riddled with political intrigue as the world teeters on the brink of all-out war. It is up to Sam to use his hidden abilities to avert a global crisis.
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