Ubisoft has apparently already begun working on a further two Tom Clancy games.
That's what brand boss Michel Verheijdt told Dutch site Control Online. "At this moment I'm working on two Tom Clancy games which have just gone in development," he said (translated by Eurogamer Benelux).
"I can't say anything about it, or I'll have to send Sam Fisher after you."
With Splinter Cell: Conviction just out of the door and Ghost Recon: Future Soldier penned for this autumn, that limits Ubisoft's options.
Available IP includes long-running franchise Rainbow Six or newcomers EndWar and HAWX. Ubisoft could, however, create something entirely new. What about Tom Clancy's Secret Diary?
We'll pester the publisher for comment.
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