Report: Ghost Recon, Division and Splinter Cell merge into new Ubisoft F2P shooter

According to a social media leak this weekend, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon, and Division franchises will cross over in a single multiplayer game created by Ubisoft. First reported by VGC..

The project, codenamed “BattleCat”, surfaced with some images that were subsequently deleted. Posted on Sunday by a Twitter user called Zer0Bytes0.The four images were subsequently deleted by Twitter on a copyright infringement claim from Ubisoft. Zer0Bytes0 states that the game “started testing around January.”

VGC called the image real, without specifying the source, and said Ubisoft wouldn’t show it in the Ubisoft Forward live stream on Saturday starting the week of E3 2021. Fans may hear more.

Announced by Ubisoft in early May Tom Clancy’s Division: Heartland, A free-to-play adaptation for PCs and consoles for that IP, to be released in late 2021 or either 2022. A week later, Ubisoft executives told investors that publishers are now prioritizing the types of videos that are permanent and free to play. Electronic Arts (Apex Legends), Activision (Call of Duty War Zone) And Epic Games (Fortnite And Rocket league).

Rumors this weekend suggest that “BattleCat” will attract its fighters from the faction. Tom Clancy’s Division 2, The enemy of the wolf in the near future Ghost Recon Breakpoint, And the Echelon network of sprinter cell operatives. The game is a class-based shooter, with each character class having its own abilities, and playlists mimic the escort and collection-type games found in today’s popular shooters.

Ubisoft already has a free-to-play Tom Clancy crossover game available on mobile platforms. Tom Clancy’s Elite TroopsLet’s pit into each other in a fast-paced military RPG with cartoon versions of characters from Rainbow Six, Ghost Recon, The Division, Splinter Cell, and other Clancy’s Bath games.

Earlier Monday, Ubisoft also announced the retitle of the next Rainbow Six game. Rainbow Six Extraction, This is like a survival-based PvE multiplayer game.To Extraction, Players work together to confront and defeat the terrifying creatures of laboratory failure.

Ubisoft Forward will begin on Saturday, June 12th at 2:00 pm (EDT).