It could be nothing or it could entirely be something, but a new Splinter Cell game is now listed on Amazon! In the past month of June the company director, Yves Guillemot, already confirmed that the studio was working on a title of the saga so this "leak" would completely square with the plans of Ubisoft.
The listing, which only appears on the Canadian Amazon site, only mentions the game's title and further details are absent at this point.
So there's a strong possibility that Splinter Cell might be back at E3, perhaps in a similar shape to Assassin's Creed Origins. Without a doubt, this is a great news that will excite a large part of the community.
Considering the last instalment in the series came out half a decade ago, I think the market is ready for more Sam Fisher. "I can't say much about that", he told Geoff Keighley. It's just that we have a lot on our plate at the moment and The Division continues to be played and Rainbow Six too.
It's been five years since Splinter Cell last emerged from the shadows with 2013's Splinter Cell: Blacklist, but it looks like we could be getting a new entry in the franchise this year.
According to its description, this new Splinter Cell game will be revealed at E3 2018 and will be coming to the PC (it won't be a PC exclusive, it will also come out to current-gen consoles).
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