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Splinter Cell Remake will have its story updated 'for a modern audience'

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Ubisoft Toronto's job posting recently shed some light on the upcoming Splinter Cell Remake and how the developers are planning to update the classic stealth-action title's story to suit a "modern-day audience."Last December, Ubisoft officially confirmed that it is working on a Splinter Cell Remake, something fans of the stealth franchise have been asking for years.

Known for its work on The Division and, most recently, the upcoming open-world Star Wars title, Ubisoft Toronto is in charge of the remake.

The game, which was first released back in 2007 as an Xbox exclusive, will be rebuilt using the Snowdrop engine, which also powers the studio's other projects.While Ubisoft is yet to provide a release window for the remake, fans are already intrigued and excited about finally getting another Splinter Cell game.Ubisoft Toronto, the development team in charge of the upcoming remake, recently put out an advertisement for the position of scriptwriter.

The ad gives a brief description, which reads:The description then proceeds to detail what the job of a scriptwriter at the company will entail.It inherently isn't wrong to change the narrative structure and update it for a new generation of players.

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