Mathieu Ferland of UbiSoft talks to Computer Games Magazine about Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, the upcoming next game in the popular stealth action game series.
When UbiSoft bought the Tom Clancy branded game license as well as the Red Storm development team, they also decided to branch out from the tactical shooter genre that the Rainbow Six and Ghost Recon series made popular. The result was Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell (released for the PC in spring 2003) and Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow (released for the PC in the spring of 2004) which revolutionized the stealth-action game genre with high tech gadgets, new gameplay features and incredible graphics. Now UbiSoft’s Montreal development studio is putting the finishing touches on the third game in the series, Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory. This time UbiSoft is not only promising improvements on the first two games in the series but also the addition of true cooperative gameplay. Computer Games Magazine got a chance to ask some questions of the game’s producer Mathieu Ferland to find out more about their plans for Chaos Theory.
For the full interview head on over to CG Magazine