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Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Netflix Anime Series Is In the Works

«Выглядит чертовски круто»: Появились подробности анимационного сериала по мотивам Splinter Cell

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    Splinter Cell anime by John Wick creator is coming to Netflix

    Netflix has officially announced a new Splinter Cell Anime series led by John Wick creator Derek Kolstad.

    Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell is one of the most well-known stealth game franchises. The series protagonist Sam Fisher takes on missions across the world where his primary weapon is his stealth.

    The Splinter Cell anime, led by John Wick creator Derek Kolstad, was announced during the live stream of Netflix’s Geeked Week. It was accompanied by the announcement of a Far Cry Blood Dragon spin-off series led by Adi Shankar.

    He is best known for his “Bootleg Universe” One-Shot series and is partnering with Bobbypills Studio for a new series as well.

    Splinter Cell anime let by John Wick writer is coming to Netflix

    Blacklist, the last Splinter Cell game, came out in 2013. Since then, fans have been asking Ubisoft for a new title. Meanwhile, Sam Fisher has made his presence known in two other Tom Clancy franchises.

    He made a cameo appearance alongside a dedicated string of missions in both Ghost Recon Wildlands and Ghost Recon Breakpoint. The character also took on a more prominent role in Rainbow Six Siege when he joined the roster as a playable operator. Fisher made his debut in the Y5S3 update, Operation Shadow Legacy.

    Here’s your first look at the Splinter Cell animated series, an adaptation of the bestselling @Ubisoft game. Derek Kolstad, creator of the John Wick franchise, is onboard to write the series. #GeekedWeek pic.twitter.com/c3vjJV0wfR

    During the live stream of Netflix’s Geeked Week, hosted by Rahul Kohli, Geoff Keighley, and Mari Takahashi, a new Splinter Cell anime was announced, along with the involvement of Derek Kolstad, the writer and creator of the John Wick franchise.

    Ubisoft has turned most of its franchises, from Ghost Recon to Assassin’s Creed, into a cookie-cutter generic RPG series, which has resulted in the loss of a franchise’s identity. Hence, opting for a Netflix series rather than a new game developed by them might be the better path for the Splinter Cell franchise.

    Netflix has multiple projects based on Ubisoft IP under development

    From The Witcher to Castlevania, the streaming platform has brought multiple video game IPs into cinematic entertainment media and plans to continue with that. One of the more strategic partnerships is with Ubisoft.

    The French video game publisher has shown interest in taking its IPs beyond the video game experience. From the 2016 Assassin’s Creed movie to the Apple TV+ series Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet, it has experimented with multiple IPs in a cinematic format.

    With the announcement of the three new series, Netflix currently has five projects based on Ubisoft’s IP under development.

    Splinter Cell is reportedly being adapted for a Netflix animated series

    Third Echelon could hit the small screen

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    The Splinter Cell franchise will return in a new form. Variety reports that Netflix and Ubisoft are partnering for an animated adaptation of Splinter Cell, targeted toward an adult audience. Writer Derek Kolstad (co-creator of the John Wick franchise) is reportedly attached to the project. Variety says that the show has been signed for a two-season, 16-episode order.

    Ubisoft confirmed that “the deal is true” in a statement to Polygon, and said that the show will be an anime series.

    Splinter Cell first released in 2002 and has had six since additional titles since then, as well as a series of tie-in novels under the Tom Clancy brand. The narrative focuses on former U.S. Navy SEAL Sam Fisher, who is recruited to work for the fictional Third Echelon division of the very real National Security Agency (NSA).

    Gameplay is based around stealth, with Sam infiltrating places with the help of his iconic green night vision goggles to uncover shadowy conspiracies and protect the United States. As the games advanced, the plot moved forward, with Sam heading up an even more secretive and elite squad known as Fourth Echelon. The most recent game, Splinter Cell: Blacklist, was released in 2013.

    A Splinter Cell film has been in development for some time, although the last official update on its progress was in 2017.

    Update: We have updated this report to reflect Ubisoft’s response and confirmation of the deal.

    Splinter Cell: Blacklist

    • $23

    Prices taken at time of publishing.

    The most recent installment of the Splinter Cell franchise stars Sam Fisher in charge of a new agency known as Fourth Echelon.

    • $23 at Amazon

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    Источники:

    http://gamemag.ru/news/155684/splinter-cell-netflix-details

    http://www.sportskeeda.com/pop-culture/splinter-cell-anime-john-wick-creator-coming-netflix

    http://www.polygon.com/2020/7/30/21348369/splinter-cell-netflix-adaptation-ubisoft-report

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