Published: Wed, June 28, 2017
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Guillemot Family Raises Stakes in Ubisoft to Resist Vivendi Takeover

Guillemot Family Raises Stakes in Ubisoft to Resist Vivendi Takeover

At a time when it feels like every game is a candidate for a remake, revival, or reboot, the continued absence of the Splinter Cell series remains genuinely surprising. But, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot seems to still be interested in the series, according to a Ubisoft blog post and the accompanying video.

These comments follow on from a YouTube AMA Guillemot took part in earlier this month, where he confirmed the studio were "not forgetting Splinter Cell". Apparently it is one of his favorite games too, but he didn't have any specifics to share about any upcoming game. To this end-how would you like to see Splinter Cell's next outing play out? Guillemot only stated that "teams are working on different things, so stay tuned for more", a very vague statement that may or may not be alluding to a new game in the series.

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It's been almost four years since Sam Fisher's last adventure in Splinter Cell: Blacklist back in 2013, but apparently Ubisoft hasn't forgotten about the series altogether. "We are not forgetting Splinter Cell".

Although Guillemot didn't reveal anything else, the wording strongly implies that while we may see a sequel at some point, the wait could be a long one, considering the game is still in sketching and proposal stages of development.

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