Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon and The Division franchises will overlap in a single multiplayer game from Ubisoft, according to a social media leak this weekend first reported by VGC.
The project with the code name “BattleCat” appeared in several images that have since been deleted Posted on Sunday by a Twitter user named Zer0Bytes0. The four images have since been removed from Twitter due to a copyright claim from Ubisoft. Zer0Bytes0 said the game “started testing around January”.
VGC labeled the images as authentic without citing sources and said Ubisoft will not show them on the Ubisoft Forward livestream on Saturday, which begins the week of E3 2021. Polygon reached out to a Ubisoft representative for more information on this leak and at the time fans can hear more.
Ubisoft announced at the beginning of May Tom Clancy’s The Division: Heartland, a free-to-play adaptation of this IP for PC and consoles that will hit the market sometime in late 2021 or 2022. A week later, a Ubisoft executive told investors that the publisher is now prioritizing the types of permanent, free-to-play video games that have been so successful for Electronic Arts (Apex legends
Rumor has it from this weekend that “BattleCat” is his fighters from the factions in. will pull Tom Clancy’s The Division 2who have favourited enemies of the wolves of the near future Ghost Recon: Breakpoint and Splinter Cell agents’ Echelon network. The game will be a class-based shooter with each character class having a unique ability, and the playlists described mimicking the escort and collection games found in current popular shooters.
Ubisoft is already offering a free Tom Clancy crossover game on mobile platforms. Tom Clancy’s elite squad, in which cartoon-style versions of characters from Rainbow Six, Ghost Recon, The Division, Splinter Cell, and other Clancyverse games compete against each other in a fast-paced military RPG.
Earlier Monday, Ubisoft also announced a re-titling of the next Rainbow Six game, which will now be named Rainbow Six extractionwhich appears to be a survival based PvE multiplayer game. in the Extraction, Players work together to survive against and defeat horrific creatures that emerged from a failed laboratory experiment.
Ubisoft Forward begins Saturday, June 12th at 2 p.m. EDT.