Watch the video as 4 members of the event group engaged on the Splinter Cell remake–Creative Director Chris Auty, Technical Director Christian Carriere, Senior Game Designer Andy Schmoll, and Associate Level Design Director Zavian Porter, that includes some particular guests–discuss the Splinter Cell collection in celebration of the unique recreation’s 20th anniversary.
Check it out as they focus on the qualities of the protagonist Sam Fisher and his evolution over the course of the collection, the early Splinter Cell video games’ lighting, Sam’s stealth meter, visuals, how environments affected gameplay, participant company, and extra of what made the video games revolutionary. The builders additionally give a sneak peek at early idea artwork from the upcoming Splinter Cell remake.
Not one interview clip from Michael Ironside? The one person you had to have included in a SPLINTER CELL special? The VOICE of Sam Fisher???
let be clear about one thing. splinter cell bought concepts that was originally introduced in Thief the dark project when it comes to stealth game play. Thief the dark project was the OG of stealth game play and the concepts are still being used in modern stealth games. so when the lead designer says you able to create your own shadows and dark area;s that was originally implemented in Thief dark project. just like the stealth indicator. the OG had a gem while the first SC had the meter. so the bottom line is you cannot discuss stealth genre without giving credit to Thief dark project.
Remakes are the new remastered but not all remakes are necessarily needed imo
I'd rather no changes made to the games at all. Quality of life improvements yes.. Character, story and dialogue changes.. No.
Y a remake tho give us new splinter cell Sam had his run
Welp.. See ya in another 10 years for the next update.
The Rock when he sees a new Splinter Cell video with no new gameplay footage: For the next 20 minutes-uh… I'm going to be talking-uh… and saying absolutely nothing-uh…
Man im tired of remakes.. That game was great… Just let it be and make a new splinter cell game.. A new story
Don’t even touch in Metal Gear inspiration!
If they are doing a remake they need Michael Ironside to return too
Solid Snake… remember the name. king of stealth
A game for real man☝🏻
Incase you missed, you can pick up the very first game for free right now from Ubisoft 😊
So Ubisoft talks about these things when they make videos but office meetings are definitely about micro-transactions and how even their helix credits can't be utilised fully unless you buy additional packs. Horrible way of conning consumers .
All this talk and not even a mention of Michael Ironside.
Insanely hype for this really didn't expect a full fledge remaster
See you in like ten years.
It's nice that people enjoy Splinter Cell games but people really act like Thief didn't already pioneer the stealth genre and do almost everything Splinter Cell did except infinitely better and in a way more interesting setting four years earlier.
Splinter Cell is just an amateurly designed, children's version of Thief. Splinter Cell's intense linearity is painful, and its inconsistent mechanics and forced action pieces have made it age like milk. It was always baby's first stealth game anyway.
Thank goodness it isn't open world. I'm so excited for this remake!
At least one Netflix show on Ubisoft character needed to be possible ASAP, just hearing rumor near 2 years…When Witcher, Dragon Age, DOTA, Last of us make it possible even passed away 2 or 3 season
off topic but id love a max payne remake
Like Kevin Conroy and Batman, Sam Fisher without Michael Ironside is different.
As much as Im excited for Splinter Cell revival, is best we have a new agent or have Michael Ironside as Sam Fisher back.
Man, Past Ubisoft was the bomb. Today they are going EA mode.
Michael Ironsides had BETTER be voicing Sam
Happy 20th anniversary of the first splinter cell,that game is 6th generation stealth classic of it's time.
Sam Fisher and Scott Mitchell will always be my favorite Tom Clancy characters. Michael Ironside should be the one to voice Sam in a remake.
The books aren't getting the recognition they deserve.
The train mission was dope
Hope they kept the same difficulty level for the remake
Did you know that Sam Fisher eats Snake for breakfast?
Don’t mess it up, give it heart, improve upon it, and honor its legacy and you will win the fans hearts❤️
Concept art, yay…
Michael Ironside is the GOAT
There needs to be one last mission with sam fisher at the very LEAST. hopefully with ironside voicing him again.
Don’t hold your breath. Ubisoft always finds a way to drop the ball.
everything sounds promising..but when they say "didnt age well regarding story" does it mean they will remake a game about a stealth pretty much assassin that is very much politically correct on his words? 😀 no mentiuning of gender or race or doesnt swear?