Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy Mash-Up Game Elite Squad Is Shutting Down


Ubisoft has announced that its Tom Clancy mash-up mobile game, Elite Squad, is to be shut down this October.

Revealed on the Elite Squad website in a blog post entitled “The Story Ends”, Ubisoft said “It is with a great deal of sadness that we are announcing we will no longer be releasing new content for Elite Squad.”

A new update, released today, will be the final content drop for Elite Squad. On October 4, the servers will be shut down for good, bringing the game’s life to an end.

“This was not an easy decision, but after exploring multiple options with our teams, we came to the conclusion that it was no longer sustainable,” explained the blog post.

Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad was released in August 2020, after being announced back at E3 2019. The crossover game includes characters from Splinter Cell, Rainbow Six, Ghost Recon, and The Division, and had gameplay based on the ideal of putting together a super team of operatives.

This isn’t the end of Tom Clancy crossover games, though. Ubisoft recently announced XDefiant, a free-to-play multiplayer shooter for PC and console that included factions from Splinter Cell, The Division, and Ghost Recon.

Matt Purslow is IGN’s UK News and Entertainment Writer.



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