Ubisoft’s Splinter Cell Remake Will ‘Update The Story’ For Modern Audiences


Ubisoft lastly announced last year that it was engaged on a model new Splinter Cell game within the type of a “from the ground up” remake. At the time, the developer vaguely touched on a few of the gameplay changes it was going to make, however now, it appears the remake’s updates will extend to the story as well.

A new Ubisoft job listing has been noticed online (thanks PSU), that goes into further element in regards to the remake and what the group is seeking to replace for modern audiences. Here’s what the listing says:

Using the first Splinter Cell recreation as our foundation we are rewriting and updating the story for a modern-day audience. We need to keep the spirit and themes of the unique recreation while exploring our characters and the world to make them extra genuine and believable. As a Scriptwriter at Ubisoft Toronto, you’ll join the Narrative group and help create a cohesive and compelling narrative experience for a new viewers of Splinter Cell fans.

So, if you realize the primary game just like the again of your hand at this stage, it is wanting like the remake could throw up a shock or two!

At least it isn’t going open world though. When the Splinter Cell remake was formally introduced, Ubisoft mentioned it wasn’t going to move too removed from the sequence’ origins; they want to “keep it linear like the unique video games” and “not make it open world”. Phew!

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