Splinter Cell is a dead Ubisoft franchise that fans keep praying makes a comeback since the series gave fans some of the best stealth gameplay seen in the 6th generation of gaming.More news: Arsenal vs Chelsea: I don’t need a phone call from Abramovich - Lampard
The award-winning Splinter Cell video games were themselves an adaptation of Tom Clancy's hit novels.
With Tom Hardy signing to play Fisher in 2012, though the film never made it to the ground, and the project is now considered deceased. It is likely that this means the series will probably be just the one season split into two parts of 8 episodes each; this is pure speculation, though. We're not sure if the series will follow Sam Fisher or whether it'll tie into the game universe or serve as a reboot or retelling. However, according to the statements made previous year, a new Splinter Cell game is not developed.
The story revolves around Sam Fisher, a former Navy Seal recruited by the NSA to become an agent for the top secret Echelon 3 division. The Castlevania original series premiered on their streaming platform in 2017 with its fourth season green-lit as of March 2020.More news: How Michigan MAC schools are impacted by SEC’s conference-only football schedule
It has been a rough-according to my Google search for the release date of Splinter Cell: Blacklist-seven years (yikes) for fans of the Splinter Cell franchise.
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