Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell is available for free on PC for a limited time. You can now download it as part of a limited promotion from the Ubisoft Store.
the saga Splinter Cell is having a bit of a renaissance, as more and more news is coming to us about the remake that is slowly being developed on the game. Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Remake it is brewing slowly.
Just yesterday we told you that Splinter Cell Remake will offer the player the possibility of not killing anyone, while its creative director added some interesting comments about this reimagining now that the original game has turned 20 years old.
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Well, speaking of the original game, you know that you can get free Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell for PC Right now and for a limited time. Ubisoft has launched a promotion on the occasion of the 20th anniversary.
Only until November 30 you can download the classic Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell from the Ubisoft Store. So, if you want to relive this classic or simply have never had the opportunity to play… well this could be a great opportunity.
Splinter Cell… a benchmark of stealth
Splinter Cell is a saga that has been asleep for a long time, but for years it has been one of the referents of infiltration and stealth in the world of video games. This first installment was a great addition to Ubisoft’s IP list. We leave you with its official synopsis:
Infiltrate terrorist positions, acquire critical intelligence by any means necessary, execute with extreme caution, and withdraw without a trace. You are sam fishera highly trained secret operative of the NSA’s secret weapon: the Third Echelon.
The stability of the world is in your hands as the international tension over cyber-terrorism is about to explode into a Third World War.
Regarding the news that is expected from the remake, we have already had some news, although the development, as we have already said, is still in its initial stages and may have presented problems, since its director recently left Ubisoft.
What we do know is that the Splinter Cell remake will feature a “rewritten and updated” story for today’s audiences. The game offered its first look in the form of concept art on the occasion of his birthday. In the mood to see Sam Fisher?