New Splinter Cell will feature an open world

Since we all love climbing towers, syncing viewpoints, and defogging cards in Ubisoft’s games, the company has reportedly decided it’s going to be a new rumor. Splinter Cell game will be kind of open world.

That’s according to noted insider and reliable leaker Tom Henderson, who learned through his sources that: Splinter Cell will be “a more inconspicuous version of” Assassin’s Creed‘ and the open world aspect will be ‘similar to how’ Halo Infinite his open world has done.” All that remains to be added is XP grind and 500 hours of gameplay, and we’re looking at yet another new Ubisoft game in the open world.

Sarcasm aside, Splinter Cell is still in early development, so things can still change. However, Henderson has a good track record, so we’re not ignoring this report.

Ubisoft has yet to officially announce the next one Splinter Cell, but its existence has been confirmed by multiple outlets and insiders. We also heard that the studio game is a Splinter Cellstyle game earlier this year, and it featured hitman-like elements, which is in line with what Henderson said is a “more inconspicuous version of” Assassin’s Creed.”

We will update our readers when we have more information.