Today we will have Tom Clancy brand news. Ubisoft prepares to perform today, July 19 at 8:15 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time) an announcement of a game related to this saga. It is possible that the game to present is the filtering BattleCat, a free-to-play multiplayer we heard about last month, combining the characters from Splinter Cell, The Division Y Ghost Recon, which are part of the Clancy franchise. “Tune in at 11 AM PT / 8 PM CEST for the worldwide reveal of an entirely new game in the Tom Clancy universe,” the publisher said Sunday.
Get a quick taste of a brand-new Ubisoft game right here, right now!
We had a chance to see what it looks like up close, and we cant wait to tell you more. Keep an eye out on @Ubisoft tomorrow, July 19 at 11:15am PT for the full reveal. pic.twitter.com/nZkZB8kKNf— IGN (@IGN) July 18, 2021
Ubisoft prepares to introduce a new Tom Clancy today
The game to present could be the one mentioned BattleCat (code name): a multiplayer PvP game which appeared on social media last month, and which aims to be free. We assume that it is a first person shooter, and that it will debut on both PC and consoles. The last Sunday, IGN posted on his Twitter account a short clip of the game in question, noting that the presentation time would be at 20:15 today.
The French firm may want to brand its own Call of Duty: Warzone, Activision’s free battle royale that has been a huge success for the company in terms of popularity and revenue. In fact, it is said that BattleCat will have characters of different IP from Tom Clancy, where each character will have their own abilities. In this way, according to leaked marketing documents, the title combines Splinter Cell, The Division Y Ghost Recon in the same game.
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 Clancys universe.— Ubisoft (@Ubisoft) July 18, 2021
Today July 19 at 8:15 p.m. the new Activision title is presented
On BattleCat, each character class will have their own abilities that will face each other the Echelon factionsSplinter Cell), Wolves (Ghost Recon: Breakpoint) and Cleaners and Outcast (The Division). In this way, the Echelon will be more focused on stealth, while the Wolves have more armor and the characters of The Division They can help with the so-called Divine Intervention, which prevents nearby allies from dying for a limited time.
It is not the first time that Ubisoft has carried out this maneuver of combining properties: the shooter Elite Squad for mobiles he did the same by introducing the heroes and villains of Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon, etc. At the moment, we will have to wait a few hours to find out what the French firm has prepared for us with this new project.