Ubisoft: Splinter Cell Remake Will Tell a Modern Story
Ubisoft is creating a new Splinter Cellremake to share a story that’s “appropriate for a modern audience.” This suggests that the guy in the military goggles, which have advanced night vision and thermal vision, and the weapon that remotely operates cameras that can be used for determining where he is standing, wasn’t all that modern.
I just. I was kidding. The original game had a plot that featured a fictional conflict between Georgia, the United States, and a group of Chinese soldiers. This led to the discovery of a nuclear bomb planted by the Georgian president to inflict devastating havoc on the United States. People who want a Fisher adventure should be pleased to hear that the story will change in the remake. It will only be in the packaging of the original Fisher game.
Take a deep dive into the remake, with commentary from Ubisoft directors, producers, and game designers.
PSU spotted this detail in a post for a Scriptwriter at Ubisoft Toronto. We now know that the team will “use the first Splinter Cell” as “its foundation” to “[rewrite] the story and [update] it for a modern audience.” The statement stated that the “spirit, themes and spirit of the original Splinter Cell game” would be preserved. At the same time, the team “explores our characters and the universe to make them more authentically believable.”
As the remake is still in its early stages, Ubisoft will probably keep the story’s details under wraps. If you like the idea of a scriptwriter, why not give it another shot?