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No end to Tom Clancy games, but EndWar is near
If Ubisoft were a pub, Tom Clancy would be the bottomless glass at happy hour. It takes a couple of hands to count the number of Tom Clancy game franchises out there, but it's almost impossible to count the total number of Tom Clancy games when you include all the sequels, expansion packs and cross-platform releases. So, this new Tom Clancy franchise walks into a bar...
Posted April 26, 2007
Ubisoft just announced that a brand new Tom Clancy game is (finally) coming. Not a seventeenth sequel, not a nineteenth expansion pack, Tom Clancy's EndWar is to be a brand new game specifically designed for the new generation consoles. The game is currently in development at Ubisoft's Shanghai studio, whose members have experience developing Ubisoft's cash-cow franchises including Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell.

Set on the battlefields of World War III, EndWar will reportedly "push the envelope of technology" by showcasing artificial intelligence, graphics, physics and animations enabled by the new hardware systems.

"Tom Clancy's EndWar will be a marvelous addition to the already critically acclaimed library of games," said Serge Hasco√ęt, chief creative officer at Ubisoft. "EndWar will allow gamers to lead their own armies against hundreds of others online in real global locations on the massive battlefields of World War III."
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No end to Tom Clancy games, but EndWar is near

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