“Splinter Cell”: All the Latest Updates about the Netflix Series

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It seems that the Video Game industry is very rich nowadays with interesting stories and also strange characters and Splinter Cell belongs from one of those many Ubisoft titles that are getting adopted on Netflix. The first look of the Sam Fisher has got in June 2021.

Netflix’s Splinter Cell has been written by Derek Kolstad who is famous for making the massive hit franchise John Wick which is featured by Keanu Reeves. He also has shown his excitement for working on Splinter Cell in a current interview.

He has said that Animation is fucking cool dude. You just send a script and that will make it. It is not just a matter of casting this, this, this, or that. It is just like what you want to do Derek? He thinks that it would be cool.

Splinter Cell: Blacklist' trailer and screenshots show the dangerous side  of freedom fighting - Polygon

Splinter Cell: Plot

It is still unknown about the plot of the first season but Derek Kolstad has commented that every season will be self-contained, besides the evolution of the main character. He also looks one big, bad, and one overarching tale and also one of the background stories with the A/B of it. And he is looking for everything that he can do mainly in film and TV to be the best Westerns. He just rides off into the sunset as he is now going for the same thing to the next town over until he one this.

Splinter Cell Conviction - Story Trailer - YouTube

Splinter Cell: Animated series tied to the games

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This fact is still unknown but after the big success of the games, it is expected a complete plot with some identifiable elements from the games. It is also expected that there will be some of the missions or villains in this series or the locations and also nods to the iconic game mechanics.

Splinter Cell is reportedly being adapted for a Netflix animated series -  Polygon

Splinter Cell: Development Status

Kolstad recently declared that the first season of the series is currently being written. In his most current interview in March 2021, he just completed the Bible of the first season and also send it to the others. It is also stated that it will also take six months for the writing process.

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The first glimpse of the series of Netflix’s Geeked Week got in June 2021. It shows how the animation will come along for the Splinter Cell by releasing the first look at Sam Fisher who is sporting his iconic night vision goggles and also with the blood-soaked coat.

Splinter Cell: Release Date

It is expected that Splinter Cell will release maybe in 2022 or later.

Splinter Cell Animated TV Show From John Wick Writer Coming To Netflix

Splinter Cell: Voice Cast

It is still unknown about any potential voice cast of the series. It is expected that Netflix will recruit the voice cast from the video games just like it has done with Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness animated series. We can expect the return of Michael Ironside as the voice of Sam Fisher once again.

Splinter Cell: Everything We Know, Animated Series, Release Date, Story,  Trailer, Rumours

Splinter Cell: Episodes

It is reported that 16 episodes have been ordered by Netflix for Splinter Cell and each of the episodes has 20-30 minutes. The first season will be contained with 8 episodes, and the other half will contain the second season.

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