New Tom Clancy Project Teased By Ubisoft (VIDEO)

It’s tough to go wrong with Tom Clancy, whether you like a select few titles released by Ubisoft or all of them have hit the mark for you, there’s more on the way as we tumble into 2019. While it isn’t clear what the studio has planned, one thing’s for sure – it has some connection with Ghost Recon Wildlands or the Tom Clancy series in general.

A company founded by Jace Skell, this group made its first appearance in the aforementioned game with a focus on high-tech military hardware and software for Ghost operatives. In the television commercial-like video below, Ubisoft reveals “a better future today.” Check it out:

In addition to the eerily suspicious  teaser, Ubisoft has a website set aside for Skell Technology as well. Whatever they have planned for Ghost Recon Wildlands, it’s going to be a huge content haul for players or there’s something more complex than a DLC. As one YouTuber commentore agrees, the trailer plays out like an evil technology company pretending to be good.

The caption for the video above reads: “We are working without boundaries to bring to life the world of tomorrow.” If that doesn’t spell for potential of overwhelming disaster and high-tech domination, then I’m lost. Furthermore, it looks like Skell Technology has its very own website. The only thing barring regular folks from entering the website is a username and password. Check it out here.

What do you think Ubisoft is hinting at with this mysterious Skell Technology? Is it a narrative teaser for a future Tom Clancy game, Ghost Recon Wildlands, or something else entirely? Let us know what you think in the comments section below or start a conversation on DFTG Facebook page. To stay up to date on gaming news as it happens, follow us on Twitter! Here’s some of our latest to catch up on:

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