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Sam Fisher returns in Pandora Tomorrow. Yesterday.

Ubi Soft opens its, er, box.

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Ubi Soft has officially announced the next Splinter Cell game, titled Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow. The game is in development for multiple systems, as you'd expect, and will apparently feature more realistic environments and a more "cinematic" feel.

Probably the most interesting part of the announcement is that of the inclusion of an online multiplayer feature, though we're not sure whether this means co-operative or deathmatch-style free-for-alls or both. Or what. Ubi Soft says it'll be out in the first quarter of 2004.

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