The game will be able to count on a day story, so as to please the modern audience.
As promptly reported by PSU, the development team Ubisoft Toronto is currently looking for a new screenwriter to update the history of the remake from Splinter Celltrying in this way to adapt it “for a modern audience“.
The Splinter Cell Remake will be able to count on an updated story, in step with the times
Obviously it is not clear what will be the news that the French publisher intends to bring with this new version of the game, but it is reasonable to expect some rather substantial changes, with totally new sequences aimed at enriching the narrative plot of the project.
And while waiting for more information on this, let’s remember how Ubisoft has officially announced the development of the remake from Splinter Cell last December, bringing the stealth action game back to market that was first released in 2002 as an Xbox exclusive.
On that occasion Ubisoft confirmed how the game is built with Snowdrop enginegraphics engine of The Division, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and also of the next game of Star Wars by the French publisher, “to deliver next-generation graphics and gameplay, dynamic lighting and shadows that the series is known for“.
The story of the game focuses on the protagonist Sam Fisher, an operative agent of the secret arm of the US National Security Agency, Third Echelon. The undercover work of Fisher sees him tasked with helping maintain world order as cyber terrorism and international tensions threaten to ignite a new World War.