Splinter Cell Remake Director is leaving Ubisoft

The director of Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell remake has left Ubisoft after more than 11 years with the company.

As reported by VGC, David Grivel announced on LinkedIn that after more than a decade of working on Ubisoft games including Assassin’s Creed Unity, Far Cry 5 and most recently Splinter Cell Remake, he would be moving on to a new adventure.

It’s unclear how Grivel’s departure will affect the development of the remake at Ubisoft Toronto, but he appears to be leaving on good terms, meaning Ubisoft likely had plans for his replacement (although a new director is yet to be announced) .

“After more than 11 years at Ubisoft, it’s now time for me to embark on a new adventure,” Grivel said in the post. “11 years is a long time and it’s almost impossible to sum it up in one post, but I have to say I’ve been lucky. I’ve been fortunate to work with so many great people over the years. Made so many friends.

“I want to say a heartfelt thank you to everyone I’ve worked with at Ubisoft and say ‘au revoir’. And what is this new adventure? Stay tuned.”

Ubisoft has reportedly been dealing with a “major exodus” of talent lately, particularly at its Canadian studios, as new and emerging studios offered more competitive salaries and better working conditions.

Isaiah Colbert

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