Ubisoft Motion Pictures boss Jean-Julien Baronnet is putting together a pitch based on the military shooter franchise.
Little else is known about the project, which will follow Assassin's Creed and Splinter Cell movies if greenlit.
Speaking about the firm's movie aspirations, Baronnet is quoted by The Los Angeles Times as saying: "We don't want to make an average movie. We want to make a movie that will serve the brand and make happy the gamers and also the non-gamers. I think it has never been done before, but we can build this bridge."
"With so much at stake, it's important we don't give up the DNA of the game, the fundamental pillars," he added.
It was recently announced that the upcoming Splinter Cell movie starring Tom Hardy would be made by Ubisoft and New Regency.
Ubisoft and New Regency previously teamed up to bring Assassin's Creed to the big screen with Michael Fassbender attached as lead actor and producer.
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