Splinter Cell Remake developers will modernize the game's plot to interest a new audience

At the end of 2021, Ubisoft officially announced that it was developing a remake of the first part of the cult

spy action game Splinter Cell.

Now it has become known that the developers of the updated game plan to slightly change and modernize the plot so that it will appeal to a new audience.

That's exactly what the scriptwriter job description on the Ubisoft Toronto website says:

Using the first Splinter Cell as a base,we are rewriting and updating her story for a modern audience. We want to keep the spirit and main themes of the original game while exploring our characters and world to make them more authentic and believable. With a position as a writer at Ubisoft Toronto, you will join the storytelling team and help create a coherent and compelling story for a new audience of Splinter Cell fans.

The Splinter Cell Remake is at such an early stage of development that no details about changes to the game's story and gameplay, platforms, or release date have been announced.

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The original Splinter Cell came out in 2002 andimmediately won the love of gamers thanks to an exciting storyline and addictive gameplay. For 20 years now, the main character Sam Fisher has been one of the most recognizable characters in video games.