Splinter Cell followers can anticipate “new types of experiences” and on different gadgets, says Ubisoft.
Splinter Cell shouldn’t be a franchise Ubisoft has forgotten about, and it’s presently “working on the brand” with a view to carry it again sooner or later.
While Guillemot has made similar comments beforehand, he advised the location the corporate will supply “new types of experiences” with the IP.
“On Splinter Cell, there will be some new types of experiences, but more on different devices,” he mentioned. “We are working on the brand today to come back at one point. We can’t say when, because it takes time, but we have to find, each time, the right experience to come back big.”
One of the brand new sorts of experiences might discuss with Splinter Cell coming Oculus Rift.
Back in July, a report said Facebook and Ubisoft has signed a VR-exclusivity deal carry each Assassin’s Creed and Splinter Cell to Oculus.
Neither Facebook or Ubisoft supplied affirmation of the report when reached for remark.
It’s been some time since we had been gifted with a brand new Splinter Cell title. The final entry was Blacklist, and was launched nearly six years in the past.
We did, nevertheless, get a glimpse of Sam Fisher when he made an look in Ghost Recon Wildlands last year.