“Things are going to get wild”.
However, aside from announcing that the reveal would take place at 7pm UK time (11am PT) tomorrow, July 17th, the developer/publisher did not reveal anything else. Instead, they shared a strange three-second teaser video that features a lot of stickers and neon. Take a look at the following for yourself:
Tomorrow, things are going to get wild ?
Tune in at 11AM PT / 8PM CEST for the worldwide reveal of a brand-new game in the Tom Clancy?s universe.
— Ubisoft (@Ubisoft) July 18, 2021
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‘New Tom Clancy’s Game Worldwide Reveal’ is the title of the tweet, which directs readers to a YouTube video in which “things are about to get wild.”
In an odd twist, the apostrophe in the Tom Clancy’s logo is represented by an X, which could indicate that this is a “crossover”-style game that could include stories and characters from across the studio’s extensive Tom Clancy’s catalogue, including Splinter Cell and The Division. It either works or it doesn’t, as the case may be. For the time being, all we can do is speculate, but at least we don’t have to wait for too long – I guess we’ll find out for sure one way or the other tomorrow at 7pm, or something like that.
In case you missed it, Ubisoft has pushed back the release of Rainbow Six Extraction by four months and Riders Republic by slightly less than two months. Rainbow Six Extraction, which was originally scheduled to launch on September 16th, has been pushed back to some point in January 2022, while Riders Republic, which was originally scheduled to launch on September 2nd, has been pushed back to October 28th, 2021, from September 2nd.