According to the Publishers Weekly Twitter account, Tom Clancy died Wednesday in a Baltimore hospital at age 66.
The New York Times has also tweeted the news.
Tom Clancy's publisher confirms to the NYT that he died last night in a hospital in Baltimore.
Best-selling author Tom Clancy, best known in the video game world for his work on game franchises like Splinter Cell and Ghost Recon, has passed away.P
The New York Times confirms that Clancy died in a hospital last night. He was 66.P
In 1996, Clancy helped found a video game development studio called Red Storm Entertainment, where he would go on to develop a number of big video game franchises—some based on his books; others original. Red Storm was later purchased by Ubisoft, the publisher that continues to make games under Clancy's name, most recently Splinter Cell: Blacklist. P
Other games that bear Clancy's name include the Rainbow Six series, The Hunt For Red October, and the upcoming next-gen game Tom Clancy's The Division.
Modificata da tommypast, 02 October 2013 - 03:41 PM.