In MP your pics are part of the Crossfire map which I played a lot several years ago. The server ran TDM 24/7 on Crossfire and I think it would hold 50 players and it was full or near full most of the time. Really the only PvP I ever played. A blast.
Good screenshots Ledanek.
The Game want to connect to Gamespy service, but Gamespy is shut off since ~2014?
But there is a Gamespy clone named Openspy, http://beta.openspy.net/en/
You have to redirect the Game to Openspy service and then you can play online.
I'm going to 'Negative Nelly' this rumor (which probably is an actual production track), and say the game will never be released, in fact Ubisoft will probably not even be around as a company by 2025 as we currently know it. There just isn't the revenue, as a function of the costs of the company's gaffs -- the scale and repetition of Ubisoft's erroneous approach is unprecedented in business. Even Tencent buying a massive amount of Ubisoft stock hasn't kept it from cratering, or management from burning everything in sight to the ground. Were this a decade ago, there might be hope of another government bail-out, but there just isn't the money for that kind of thing anymore...
It's not just that the company makes the same mistakes over and over trying to push game design that has been rejected by would-be fans across multiple game genres, multiple times; Ubisoft's approach to signing on to ESG is a death knell to reaching revenue targets when production schedules become 'racist and sexist', and employee's are told by HR to 'bring your true self to work' with all the other ESG commitments obviate results oriented production. The company is literally burning itself down from every direction, and openly hoping to be bought out -- but nobody will, as anything the company has that's worth anything will be available at fire sale prices when the company goes under.
My hope, and I think many might agree the best outcome may come when Ubisoft is finally sold off, hopefully piecemeal to various publishers and IP management companies -- that the RSE Clancy IP will be seen as it truly is 'untapped and unrealized in terms of real revenue potential', and something both old & new will be booted up, perhaps hiring some of the original talent to steer the direction of the design. You don't have to look far to see what Ubisoft has done with all the RSE/Clancy IP is widely held in poor regard across the industry. If this were a one off aspirational 'pet wish' that has never happened in the industry before, hope for any of this would be thin, but that's not the case...