Ubisoft cancels Splinter Cell VR 2 years after Oculus announcement

On September 16, 2020, we discovered with some excitement a partnership between Ubisoft and Oculus to develop two VR games under known licenses: Assassin’s Creed and Splinter Cell.

After this announcement, neither side officially announced the development of these games. A few months ago, we almost certainly discovered the existence of a certain Assassin’s Creed Nexus in VR, but so far there is no news from Splinter Cell VR.

The information of the day confirms that we will have no more news about this game that Ubisoft has finally canceled. Again, there is no clear and official announcement, but the information is reliable as it was brought to the attention of shareholders during the presentation of Ubisoft’s financial results. Splinter Cell VR, Free to Play Ghost Recon Frontline, and two other games that have yet to be announced were simply put on hold without further explanation.

So fans of the Splinter Cell series will have to settle for a remake of the first episode being developed by Ubisoft in Toronto, but without any VR support.

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