The director of the Splinter Cell remake has left Ubisoft after 11 years at the developer

The director of the Splinter Cell remake has left Ubisoft after 11 years at the developer

According to reports, David Grivel, who was scheduled to direct the next Splinter Cell remake, has left Ubisoft.

Grivel shared a photo on LinkedIn where he announced his departure from Ubisoft, although it didn''t explain why. "It is now time for me to embark on a new adventure," he said.

"11 years is a long process, and resuming it in one post is quasi-impossible but I must say, I have been fortunate to work with so many great people over the years. Made so many friends As for what this new adventure is? Stay tuned."

Grivel did not elaborate on what this new adventure might be, nor did he mention who would be taking over the Splinter Cell remake as a result of his departure from the company.

The Splinter Cell remake was first launched last year, utilizing the Snowdrop engine, which the now-delayed Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is being built in, as well as the Star Wars game the developer is developing.

The game is being developed from the ground up, with producers Matt West saying last year that it was very early in development, so it''s still a bit distant, especially now.

Last month, a job listing stated that the game would have a story rewritten "for a modern-day audience," implying that the game is attempting to keep the original alive, but that it is more "believable."

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