Splinter Cell has long been an on-and-off multiplatform series. Originally debuting on the Xbox, the series later made its way to Sony and Nintendo's platforms as well. Splinter Cell: Conviction however is currently exclusive to the Xbox 360, a departure of where the series previously was heading.
Ubisoft have announced that Conviction will not be the last installment into the franchise, so naturally questions have been raised about whether future titles will also be Xbox 360 exclusive. We managed to catch up with Yannis Mallat, the CEO of Ubisoft's Toronto and Montreal studios, at the recent GameON: Finance conference to ask him his opinion on the matter,
Until futher notice [the franchise is staying on Xbox 360]. However, I'm only the one making the games, you should talk to the people in Paris [for a final answer].
It's quite telling for the CEO of the studio behind Splinter Cell to indicate that the series will stay exclusive for the time being. Nonetheless, we'll give contacting France a shot.