Splinter Cell goes free until the end of the month as devs reveal ‘early concept art’ from the remake


The original Splinter Cell launched on November 17, 2002—20 years ago today. To mark the big birthday, Ubisoft is giving away the groundbreaking stealth action game for free right here on the Ubisoft Store (opens in new tab), and also shared an update on the state of the remake, which—sorry to say—is still very early in development.

Ubisoft announced the Splinter Cell in December 2021, and then clarified in September of this year that it won’t be a straight do-over, but will instead…

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