Tipsters have been teasing another part from the Splinter Cell series for the last two months, strengthening the speculation Ubisoft reportedly registered a new trademark for the Splinter Cell series.
It might not be over-praised, but it could be overspoken; the game Splinter Cell is contemplated as to be one of the noble AAA stealth-first action series in the gaming universe, wielding an eminence approach with fluid gameplay fusing with a top drawer universal spying, seat edge thriller storyline, players who are well interacted with the game would know the monumental efforts of the creators.
Speculation hovering above the Splinter Cell’s next part started in September, could be plausible still dubious about the exact date, perhaps the pronouncement on its way in the forthcoming year. Ubisoft plays a teetering diversion while the gamers expect great things from the house, concomitantly, it may be an excellent part to be overtaken by the passing clouds as to part of this.
Hardly little is studied of which game studio is partaking on the role and how would be the game experience seems like, howbeit, there is a chaotic state of information we acquired from the reports, that the new series would inspire from a new Assassins Creed like that may merge the Splinter Cell franchise’s stealth plan with open worlds portions.
The new trademark hadn’t brought avast changes, including the elimination of the term “interactive multi-player computer games” in favor of “providing an online computer game”); the re-registering indicates an objective to do new things with the trademark.
The title is in the initial stages of production, sources claim, still there’s a possibility that it could be revealed next year; currently, there is no detailed information on the news. Still, we can expect something robust from the side. The most anticipated series will come at a time when Ubisoft is focusing on reconstructing its reputation following an upheaval of discrimination and sexual harassment allegations. There’s been a massive drawback for Ubisoft as their Rivals and employers aren’t satisfied with the level of action initiated by Ubisoft to revamp its organizational structure.