As for quick reference, I leave this link covering the news: https://www.ign.com/articles/splinter-cell-remake-will-update-the-story-for-a-modern-day-audience
I am extremely worried about the job offer to a screenwriter for Ubisoft Toronto appealing to "Using the first Splinter Cell game as our foundation we are rewriting and updating the story for a modern-day audience. We want to keep the spirit and themes of the original game while exploring our characters and the world to make them more authentic and believable." This is really troublesome because the plot of Splinter Cell is already READY, there is no need to adapt it to a "modern-day audience"! Your attempts to do so have failed over and over, with bland, generic, apolitical, harmless and/or w**e narratives often filled with idiotic humor you have been injecting into your games, more often than not failing hard to provide us memorable and consistent great stories.
While I understand it is desirable to make updates to the plot of Splinter Cell to account for merely expected changes as new dialogues, possibly new characters, new areas, new events, etc. (the best interpretation of your job offering) and not keeping it strictly unchanged as The Last of Us "part I" did to a big fault, it is crucial to keep the essence of the plot, characters, etc. is intact, not to crop, censor or retcon it to not "offend" the "modern-day audience" (you really mean the wokes) or certain current governments. Take Capcom's Resident Evil as example of what to do and NOT do: the 2002 remake of first Resident Evil retained and expanded the story of the original game and was such a perfect approach (although they pitifully failed to deliver the canon ending) that the Remake became the template for the story of first Resident Evil; while the remakes of Resident Evil 2 and (especially) 3 changed too much the story they were called "reimaginations" by Capcom to try to get away with their corruptions to the plot of these games.
Another concern of mine is about the characters, especially Samuel Fisher himself: they are all established and I do not want you to change their personalities, relationships, identity, genre nor appearance at all! No customization beyond what Splinter Cell Blacklist offered, I do not want Sam Fisher becoming anything close to this figure below:
Below is the ONE and ONLY Sam Fisher:
Do NOT screw up with the remake of Splinter Cell, Ubisoft, including its plot, BE CONSERVATIVE with any changes to the story of Splinter Cell. NO RETCONS.
NO W--E, NO BROKE.