Splinter Cell: Shatterpoint

Identity and packaging prototype for limited edition game packaging.

A personal project and internship application for Ubisoft Toronto, comprising of a branding identity and packaging concept that was created over a three-week period. The name “shatterpoint” comes from the idea that NSA branch Third Echelon has conducted missions around the world, which have formed cracks in alliances between the United States and other powerful nations. Their actions have left a paper trail leading to the main antagonist and commander of the newly revitalized Fourth Echelon, Sam Fisher. If he and his past missions are exposed, alliances will shatter and the country will be under threat of war.

Ubisoft Splinter Cell Logo

The packaging prototype was constructed with acrylic sheets, with a clear acrylic cover which can be affixed to the case by small rare earth magnets embedded in its surface. The “Legacy Edition” is named in honor of American novelist Tom Clancy, who died in 2013.

Ubisoft Open Closed Closeup

Ubisoft Front Back

Logos and other information are laser engraved into the surface of the box. In the case of the green acrylic front, this technique allows light to refract through the engraved logo, creating a glowing effect.

Ubisoft Box Corner


Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Shatterpoint is a fictional title used for a personal project. Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell is owned by Ubisoft Entertainment. Tom Clancy’s, Splinter Cell, Sam Fisher, the Soldier Icon, Ubisoft, and the Ubisoft logo are trademarks of Ubisoft Entertainment in the US and/or other countries.