Tom Clancy Ubisoft game
Ubisoft is getting ready to unveil a brand new first-person multiplayer shooter.
A short gameplay teaser for the mysterious new game was posted by IGN over the weekend.
Little is known about the new first-person shooter, other than that it takes place in the ‘Tom Clancy’ universe.
Some fans think it could be the long-rumored Battlecat game, which brings together several Tom Clancy franchises in a competitive multiplayer arena.
The early gameplay teaser references The Division and also confirms the FPS rumor.
Judging by the gameplay visuals, Battlecat will feature similar objective-based gameplay to games like Overwatch, complete with unique character abilities.
Fans can be sure of when the new Tom Clancy game is fully revealed on July 19th.
The official unveiling will take place at 7:00 PM Dutch time, although the livestream will start at 6:30 PM.
You can watch the event live by clicking play in the YouTube embed below.
Ubisoft also teased the game on Twitter, telling fans it’s about to go “wild”.
The tweet was accompanied by a party popper emoji, while the logo shows your classic Tom Clancy soldier, wearing only a punk rock haircut.
It is likely that the new game will feature extensive character customization, most likely via an in-game store and/or a Battle Pass.
Previous rumors have suggested the game will be free to play, so expect a Fortnite-esque Season Pass system if this is the case.
With the official release in a few hours, Express Online will keep the article updated with the latest information.
Tomorrow it will be all wild
Tune in at 11am PT / 8pm CEST for the worldwide reveal of a brand new game set in the Tom Clancy’s universe.
— Ubisoft (@Ubisoft) July 18, 2021
The news comes just days after Ubisoft postponed Riders Republic and Rainbow Six Siege Extraction.
An evolution of Ubisoft’s winter sports game Steep, Riders Republic has been given a release date on October 28.
Rainbow Six Extraction, meanwhile, has been postponed to January 2022, previously scheduled for September.
“The purpose of the decision to postpone both games is to provide players with more opportunities to test, play first-hand and provide feedback to ensure we bring the best experiences to market and empower them. to reach their full potential,” said a Ubisoft spokesperson. explains.
“We believe the new release schedules will enable us to achieve that goal. This is the right decision for our players and for the long-term performance of our games.”
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