Ubisoft recently released the first concept art images for their upcoming Splinter Cell Remake, making Sam’s fans excited.
Recently, the first concept art images were released along with the 20th anniversary video of the new game Splinter Cell. The new project has four developers working on it, and together they discuss how to create graphics, lighting, and visual style as well as improved gameplay changes, while also bringing some details. New details for Splinter Cell Remake.
Ubisoft officially confirmed last December that it was working on a remake of Splinter Cell, the stealth action game first released in 2002 as an Xbox exclusive. The game is being rebuilt with the Snowdrop graphics engine also supporting The Division and is being used in development for Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and Ubisoft’s upcoming Star Wars game to deliver next-generation visuals and gameplay, as well as dynamic lighting and shadow effects in the game. The remake will also include a rewritten story to appeal to a new generation of players.
“The game is more than just a remake,” creative director Chris Auty said in the new anniversary video. “It’s being rebuilt from the ground up and we have to make everything fresh, the process is almost ready to launch.” Associate design director Zavian Porter continued: “Yes, we are aiming to create this top-notch remake and push the quality as high as possible. This will help us establish a good foundation for future franchises.”
Auty added: “We are finishing the final stages. However, I don’t want to rush because I need to take care of myself before deciding to debut. We want to make sure that we’re a success after launch, that we really do things the right way and create an absolute quality experience. We’ll be in the dark for a while, so we can focus on making the best game possible.”
David Grivel, former head of Splinter Cell Remake, left Ubisoft last month after 11 years to become chief design officer at Ridgeline Games, the new EA studio led by Halo co-creator Marcus Lehto focused on developing “a single campaign.” fascinating in the Battlefield universe.” In celebration of its 20th anniversary, Ubisoft has also announced that players can now download the original Splinter Cell game for free from the Ubisoft Store until November 30.