Splinter Cell Netflix Animated Series Being Worked on by John Wick Writer

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However, beyond that, not a lot of details are known as Netflix and Ubisoft has declined to give an official comment on the specifics.

It's no secret that Splinter Cell has gotten the short end of the stick lately.

The last Splinter Cell video game came out in 2013, so fans have been waiting a long time for Sam Fisher to come back in any form. Needless to day, this is a great combination, as Kolstad has shown plenty of promise when it comes to writing action with a hint of seedy groups of bad guys up to no good.

Though no details are now known on the plot of the series, sources report that the project has received a two-season, 16-episode order from the mammoth streaming platform and will see the John Wick creator serve as writer and executive producer for the series.

The popular Ubisoft video game Splinter Cell is becoming an anime. What do you all think of this announcement? The series is apparently set for a two-season run with 16 episodes, mirroring the recent Castlevania anime mini-seasons. Kolstad will serve as Writer and Executive Producer on the series.

With Tom Hardy signing to play Fisher in 2012, though the film never made it to the ground, and the project is now considered deceased.

First released in 2002, the Splinter Cell video game revolves around protagonist, Sam Fisher, a highly trained agent of a fictional black-ops sub-division within the NSA, dubbed "Third Echelon". This year was no different, as the only Splinter Cell related release was for the mobile game Tom Clancy's Elite Squad (double yikes). With game series seeing success on streaming platforms like with the mega-popular Castlevania adaptation, it is the ideal time for other game companies to strike while the iron is hot. What's more, sources claim that the series has already been given 2 seasons.



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