There may not have been a Splinter Cell game in recent years but that does not mean that Ubisoft has forgotten about the title that brought them out in the limelight. Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot recently spoke about the future of Splinter Cell.
In a recent interview with Gamer Sky, Guillemot said, “On Splinter Cell, there will be some new type of experiences, but more on different devices. So, we are working a lot on the brand today to come back at one point.”
Which begs the question of what device is he particularly talking about, it could very well be the Nintendo Switch or he could mean that all the Splinter Cell games could be made available for Stadia.
Though nothing has been confirmed as of yet and neither did he speak about a service, it is hard to pinpoint by what he really meant with that quote but it surely means that we will see Sam Fisher soon enough.
When asked about the next installment in the series he said, Ubisoft has to “find the right experience to come back big.”
Which certainly means that there are plans but as of right now even the developers seem to be not sure as to where they want to go ahead with the franchise.
Splinter Cell certainly takes you right into the action where you go from cover to cover, stealthy as you can be. This could be brought to VR as they have signed a deal to bring Splinter Cell and Assassin’s Creed to Oculus VR.
Getting to see the action up close will certainly be on another level, and we hope that this comes out soon.
We will keep updating on Splinter Cell and what the future holds as and when we have new information.