Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell franchise this month turns 20 (the first part was released on November 17, 2002), and in honor of such an important anniversary, Ubisoft is giving away free original game – you can add it to your library until November 30.
The company also reminds that its studio in Toronto is currently working on a remake of Splinter Cell, which was announced at the end of last year, and released a 20-minute video in which its developers recall the previous parts of this popular stealth action game. At the end of the video, they talk a little about the remake and show off some early concept art of the game.
PS: we should also note that now Ubisoft announced a big sale — discounts of up to 80% have been set on a large number of games during Black Friday. In addition, in countries where the “Ubisoft wallet” works, for $20 spent, a reward of $10 will be credited (not available in Ukraine), in other countries, instead, you can use the promotional code TGIBF when placing an order, which will give an additional 20% discount to the already valid discounts of “Black Friday”.