And Terminators may be concerned.
Followers of frustratingly dormant IP, folks known as Sam, and, I assume, fishing, doubtlessly have purpose to have fun subsequent week; Splinter Cell’s be-goggled protagonist Sam Fisher can be making his method to Ghost Recon: Breakpoint as a part of a attainable, uh, Terminator crossover.
The information comes by way of the Ghost Recon Twitter feed, which reveals that everyone’s favorite online game Sam can be heading to Breakpoint on Monday, 24th March. It is accompanied by a quick video tease for brand spanking new journey Deep State, through which Sam Fisher, voiced as soon as once more by Michael Ironside, makes point out of the “Auroa scenario”, described as a “actual shit present”.
There are references to tiered weaponry, drones, and Terminators, with Fisher telling his comms accomplice that he may want some serving to discovering a approach in, saying “one thing must be completed about all this earlier than there’s nothing left however ghosts and shadows”.
Terminators came to Breakpoint back in January, so it is not clear if Fisher can be going head-on towards the ceaseless machines of dying, or simply selecting his approach by way of the aftermath of their invasion. Or probably one thing else solely, seeing as Ubisoft has supplied no additional particulars, solely advising that gamers “keep tuned for extra intel”.
Clearly, that is removed from the much-rumoured and occasionally teased new Splinter Cell instalment that fans have been clamouring for, however I assume a Terminator/Splinter Cell/Breakpoint triple whammy crossover is one thing, at the very least.
No matter Ubisoft has in retailer will arrive alongside Ghost Recon’s long-awaited Immersive Mode update, which involves Xbox One, PS4, and PC on 24th March and guarantees to considerably overhaul the much-maligned based mostly sport.