Tom Clancy is a big brand on PC and consoles, and now Ubisoft wanted to break into mobile devices too. The story of Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad is over now.
With Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad, the otherwise successful franchise should make the leap to mobile devices and cause a sensation there too. However, this undertaking was apparently not entirely successful, because the days of the game are almost numbered again.
Ubisoft has now announced that the Elite Squad, which was presented at Ubisoft Forward last year, will soon be taken offline again. The plug should be pulled in October.
The game visually followed the style of Fortnite and offered you various characters from the successful brands Rainbow Six, Ghost Recon and Splinter Cell. A statement now says about the hiring: “It was not an easy decision, but after exploring several options with our teams, we came to the conclusion that it is simply no longer sustainable enough. We want to assure you that we really did our best, especially with the big updates like Season 2. And it was really a rewarding experience to work with you, our passionate community. “
It is not pronounced directly, but between the lines you can read that Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad simply couldn’t win enough players for itself. The servers will stay online until October and you can still try to reach the maximum level 70.