Splinter Cell Remake could appear at Ubisoft Forward this June

Splinter Cell Remake was announced almost three years ago as a modern version of the series. Since then, Ubisoft's news about the remake has been pretty limited

by Sededin Dedovic
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Splinter Cell Remake could appear at Ubisoft Forward this June
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Fans of the Splinter Cell series have received great news. The announcement of the remake of the first game, almost three years ago, caused a storm of enthusiasm among players around the world. Since then, however, Ubisoft has been relatively tight-lipped about the project's development.

But Ubisoft Toronto studio's recent social media activity may signal an imminent gameplay reveal. Ubisoft recently confirmed the return of its E3 replacement event, Ubisoft Forward, taking place on June 10 this year. Interestingly, shortly after this announcement, Ubisoft Toronto updated its Facebook cover image with the iconic image of Sam Fisher, the protagonist of the Splinter Cell series.

This immediately made us wonder if this should mean that the remake of Splinter Cell is finally finished. This update is definitely more than a simple profile picture change. Given the years of development of the remake and the relative secrecy with which Ubisoft has shrouded the project, this is a signal that they are finally ready to reveal more information.

Ubisoft Forward has traditionally been a platform for the publisher to showcase extensive gameplay presentations for its biggest titles. It is logical to conclude that Splinter Cell Remake could be one of those titles. Reliable sources have also leaked information that the game could appear as early as 2 2025.

[2025. year 2025] Combined with the recent social media update and leaked information, the chances of Splinter Cell Remake appearing on Ubisoft Forward are very high. What could this mean for fans? We could finally see the first look at the modernized visuals of the game, which is developed on Ubisoft's Snowdrop engine.

We could also get a glimpse of changed game mechanics, such as the ability to play through the game exclusively in a non-lethal way, something many fans have been asking for. Of course, it should be noted that this is still speculation, albeit based on solid evidence. We'll have to wait for Ubisoft Forward on June 10 to get definitive answers.

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