Video Games Chronicle noted that a remake announced in December 2021 by a cult styls action by Tom Clancy and Splinter Cell had recently been left without a director of development.
And again, from the very confirmation of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell, David Grivel was at the helm of the project. It became known that since the middle of last week, it has no longer been on Ubisoft.
In a post on LinkedIn's professional social network, Grivel said goodbye to Ubisoft, where he spent the last 11 years, and announced that .
Before moving to Ubisoft Toronto, Grivel worked on the "Ghost Recon Future Soldier" in Ubisoft Paris, and after the transition, he was able to attach his hand to Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Assassin as Created Unity, Far Cry 4, Far Cry 5, Far Cry 6 and Splinter Cell.
Splinter Cell's rethinking is based on the Snowdrop engine and, in addition to the updated graphics, will propose a rewritten story with characters.