Ubisoft Had An Idea For Next Splinter Cell Game Before Jade Raymond Left

Ex-Ubisoft worker Jade Raymond confirms that they planned a brand new Splinter Cell game before she left the organization in 2014. Raymond confesses that they had a concept for the way to carry on the storyline, but despite rumors that the new Mike Fisher game was coming this season, Ubisoft's lengthy-running franchise continues to be in the air.



Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell first hit shelves in 2002 coupled with Michael Ironside famously undertake the function of Mike Fisher within the stealth-action franchise. Since that time, there has been six more Splinter Cell games, rounding served by Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist in 2013. Despite an unexpected crossover for Fisher since, about a brand new Splinter Cell haven't amounted to anything.

Talking with Gamereactor, Raymond confirmed Ubisoft ran another Splinter Cell after Blacklist:

"The final Splinter Cell [Blacklist] may be the 4g iphone that shipped, so… guess what happens? There's a design that people really had and labored on and might have desired to make, consider I'm not at Ubisoft anymore I can’t discuss it, and that i have no idea who would like to share that idea."

Referred to as co-creator from the Assassin's Creed series, Raymond also offered being an executive producer on the kind of Assassin's Creed II watching Dogs. It's interesting that although Redmond can't get into detail by what she'd planned to carry on the legacy, she hints the studio could be focusing on some kind of Splinter Cell revival.

Alongside Assassin's Creed, Splinter Cell is one among Ubisoft's flagship franchise. Assassin's Creed is accepted ever because of later installments like Assassin's Creed: Origins and Assassin's Creed Journey. Controversially, Splinter Cell: Blacklist symbolized a transfer of tone for that series making the divisive decision to exchange Ironside with Eric Manley because the voice of Fisher. Gamers may also keep in mind that Ironside reprised his role as Fisher for 2018's Ghost Recon: Wildlands DLC, teasing he could go back to the Splinter Cell franchise full-time later on.

A brand new Splinter Cell title was leaked by Walmart Canada alongside games like Rage 2 and Gears of War 5, and thinking about the leak has largely been confirmed legitimate, fans continue to be left wondering when/if your new Splinter Cell is originating. Despite Ubisoft Chief executive officer Yves Guillemot telling fans just how much he loves the franchise, there's not yet been any movement on the revival, reboot, remake, or anything associated with Splinter Cell.  It's presently unclear what Ubisoft can be with regards to Splinter Cell, but 2019 might be a big year for Fisher and also the team.