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Ubi regs possible Splinter Cell title

Ubisoft registers a new trademark, but won't explain its significance and reckons it might not be what we think it is.

Ubisoft has cautioned Splinter Cell fans not to split-jump to conclusions after plane-spotting types picked up on a new trademark filed with the US Patent & Trademark Office on May 3rd.

"Splinter Cell Chaos Theory" is the name, but Ubisoft has refused to confirm whether this is the true identity of the game we currently know as Splinter Cell 3, asking us to "Remember Pandora Tomorrow and Shadow Strike." For those who don't remember: Shadow Strike was a name trailed in association with the project that later became Pandora Tomorrow.

"In terms of the titles, we always explore a number of possibilities and have no further details about either the name of the game or platforms beyond the PC at this time," an Ubisoft representative told GameSpot about the Chaos Theory theory.

Presumably we'll know more when Ubi finally gets around to giving the game its proper title and the full list of formats.

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