There's no placeholder box art, no game details, no placeholder release date, no nothing.
The listing, however, has been taken down now, and it could have been a mistake on Amazon's part.
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In addition, a Reddit User has shared an image in which we can see how the game's Item Model number is "E3TomClancy'sSplinterCell2018_PC" so Ubisoft's intentions would be to present the game at the Los Angeles fair.
The last game called Blacklist did not sell as many copies as Ubisoft hoped for which is why we have not seen another game from the series in a long time.
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While Splinter Cell was always considered a stealth-oriented game, the game deviated from its roots as time went on and became a hybrid of stealth and action just like Resident Evil, but the latter managed to redeem itself in the 7th installment, so perhaps Sam Fisher is due out of retirement too?
A listing on Amazon Canada's Ubisoft page for "Splinter Cell 2018" was briefly live today, suggesting that the stealth franchise will make a return this year. The new revelation expects us to believe that a new Splinter Cell game may be announced soon. For sure, all the Clancy games are taken care of. He was quick to retreat back to the success of their current games - Ghost Recon: Wildlands, The Division, and Rainbow Six Siege - saying that "all of the Clancy games are really coming along, so we are not forgetting Splinter Cell". "It's just we have quite a lot on our plate at the moment".
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Also during E3 2017, Ubisoft Montreal CEO Yannis Mallat hinted that the company was looking into the possibility of reviving the Splinter Cell series. With that said, do you think that Ubisoft is making another Splinter Cell game?