Splinter Cell Remake director is leaving Ubisoft
The lead is leaving after over 11 years on the firm
The director behind the upcoming Splinter Cell remake is leaving Ubisoft.
David Grivel introduced his departure on LinkedIn, as noticed by VGC. Grivel began out at Ubisoft Paris engaged on Ghost Recon: Future Soldier earlier than transferring to Toronto’s workplace. There, he labored on video games together with Splinter Cell Blacklist, the Far Cry collection, and ultimately the remake of Splinter Cell.
“After greater than 11 years at Ubisoft, it’s now time for me to go on a brand new journey,” Grivel wrote on his LinkedIn web page. “11 years is a very long time and summing it up in a single submit is quasi-impossible however I need to say, I’ve been fortunate. Fortunate to work with so many nice folks over time. Made so many associates.”
Whereas he’s leaving the studio, it feels like Grivel shouldn’t be leaving the video games business. The now-former director says to “keep tuned” for what’s subsequent for him.
With its director departing, it’ll be fascinating to see what Ubisoft is as much as with the brand new tackle Splinter Cell. The corporate has reportedly seen above-average turnover, a few of which has been attributed to the reported-on studio tradition at Ubisoft.
The Splinter Cell remake has quietly been in growth at Ubisoft Toronto. Although we’ve solely seen affirmation and a brief teaser for it, we’ve heard just a few particulars.
This consists of that the brand new tackle Sam Fisher’s story received’t be open world. And it’ll re-tackle the story for a “modern-day viewers” as nicely. No launch date has been set for the venture.