Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad Gets A New Trailer Featuring Sam Fisher (VIDEO)
The upcoming Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad for mobile has just received a new trailer featuring none other than Splinter Cell’s Sam Fisher. While this by no means what we had hoped for regarding the return of Sam Fisher, it’ll have to do for now. The trailer was released during today’s Ubisoft Forward event, acting as a bookend to the new Watch Dogs: Legion gameplay trailer. Check it out below:
Sam Fisher is seen towards the end of the trailer, getting the job done while the other members of the squad were having a seemingly rough time against their opposition. Curious as to what to expect from the mobile version of the game? Here are some details from Ubisoft:
- All Your Favorite Tom Clancy’s Characters At Your Fingertips – For the first time in the franchise, you will be able to assemble heroes and villains from Rainbow Six®, Ghost Recon®, The Division®, Splinter Cell®.
- Lead Real-Time 5v5 Battles – Lead your squad in dynamic 5vs5 shooting battles on iconic maps from the Clancy-verse. Trigger strategic orders with perfect timing to defeat your opponent’s squad.
- Build The Deadliest Squad Around – Train, equip & upgrade your soldiers with hundreds of different weapons and gear items to unleash their full potential on the battlefield.
- Social And Competitive Framework – Challenge other players in the PvP Arena to reach the top of the leaderboard. Rally friends and other players to join forces in epic Guild Wars. A NEW PVE MODE Experience thrilling action in Campaign mode, with a unique storyline, where you will have to face a new threat to save the world.
Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad is slated to release for mobile platforms on August 27th, 2020.
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