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Ubisoft, the French video game company, has been reportedly working on a brand new "Tom Clancy" game. The gaming company has been teasing something in the recent "Ghost Recon Wildlands" DLC.

According to GearNuke, the company started to tease about the new game when they released their most recent "Ghost Recon Wildlands" update. Players have discovered a series of mysterious hints or clues buried deep in the last DLC release, the website reported.

Many players think that these mysterious hints are pointing to a new "Tom Clancy" game, which they expect to arrive sometime in 2019.

The Ubisoft clues and the fictional company

Right now, it still not clear what exactly the new game might be. Many think that it might be a new entry into the existing franchise, like the widely popular "Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege" or the action-packed "Ghost Recon Wildlands." Others believe that the hints are actually pointing to a whole new breed of game, something new.

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As mentioned earlier, it all started when Ubisoft [VIDEO] fans discovered some hints that referenced a company called Skell Technology, which develops and manufactures drones and robots. This company is no longer new to Ubisoft fans. Skell Technology has already featured in various "Ghost Recon" missions. These include the Silent Space missions in the "Fallen Ghosts" DLC update, which features the optical camouflage from another Ubisoft’s tactical shooter game, the "Ghost Recon: Future Soldier."

Using those hints found in the recent DLC update, fans were able to trace the hints, which point to Skell Technology’s website. The hints also provided them with precise login information (username "asantos" and password "10068"), which allow them to gain access to the website. Once logged in, the Skell’s website shows some sort of promotional videos for the fictional company, which appear to supply military equipment, drones, and emergency medical supplies.

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Those videos are currently unlisted on the Youtube website, but players can still view them with the video below.

The video also features a moto for the fictional company as well as the founder of Skell Technology, Jack Skell. The founder talks more about the possibilities and benefits provided by autonomous machines which he claimed will free mankind of its tedious limitations.

According to PCGamesN, the detailed theory behind those hints was made by a YouTube user named coreross. Until now, there is still no official statement coming from Ubisoft about those mysterious hints.

Ubisoft releases Special Operations 3

Earlier this month, Ubisoft announced the official release of the Special Operations 3 for the "Ghost Recon Wildlands [VIDEO]." The big update introduces a new mission to play, new cosmetic items and new PvE/PvP. It also includes new challenges, which rewards players with weapons such as the ACS-12 shotgun and the Honey Badger SMG.

Players who complete the new missions will receive a prototype version of the Future Soldier Optical Camouflage, which Ubisoft claims will boosts stealth stats.