Skell is a name that may be known to Tom Clancy fans. Skell Technology is a company whose name is in Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands and Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege and End of 2018 by Tom Clancy discovered a Skell-related site that hides a universe video about "Civilian Drone Catalog". The nature of this video has remained mysterious, but a new update to the Skell website may lead fans to some answers and a new game announcement.
An updated page on the Skell Technology website announces an upcoming event: SkellCon. "Join us for SkellCon" reads the only message on the page next to a date of May 9, 2019 and a start time of 11:30 PST. There is clearly a plan to reveal something at this point, but one last detail gives an indication of what it might be. At the bottom of the teaser page, there is an ESRB rating pending label. Whatever the Skell website is, it is for a new game or content that has not yet been approved by the ESRB.
Speculation about the Skell teaser is already out of control. Fans of Watch Dogs and Assassin's Creed all want to believe that it's a teaser for a new game in their favorite franchise. However, it is important to know that Skell is a teaser pertaining to Tom Clancy therefore the announcement should be for a Tom Clancy game.
Exactly the Tom Clancy game could be announced is up for debate. Although Splinter Cell is probably the most exciting option, it is much more of a game or update related to one of Ubisoft's online properties, given the company's current direction. Since Skell comes from both Ghost Recon and Rainbow Six these two seem to be the most likely options.
Fans of Tom Clancy games will not have to wait long to figure out what Ubisoft has planned. If the teaser site is correct, more information should be provided on May 9th. This may be a complete announcement of a new game or just another teaser. There may be an announcement on May 9, followed by a gameplay debut during Ubisoft's E3 2019 press conference. It's an exciting time for video games, and Ubisoft is already starting.
Source: Skell Technology