Ubisoft is giving away free copies of Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory and Double Agent for PC in celebration of 35th anniversary.
|Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory and Double Agent Free on Ubisoft Connect Now|
Announcing earlier this month, Paris based developer/publisher Ubisoft will be celebrating 35th anniversary event through a six-week long festivity of free games, in-game rewards, sale as well as a chance to win $1,000 Ubisoft Wallet credit.
For this week, Ubisoft is giving away free copies of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory and Double Agent to claim on PC platform via Ubisoft Connect for a limited time until November 25, 2:00 AM PDT/5:00 AM EDT and enjoy it anytime.
People looking to grab Chaos Theory won't likely to have a problem at all but getting a copy of Double Agent would require you to use a VPN to access Japan Store or simply purchase a copy from ongoing sale for a whopping 75% discount.
According to reports, Ubisoft has recently started working on a new mainline Splinter Cell game after a decade. Insiders say that an outside studio is in charge of development and is rumoredly taking inspiration from Hitman reboot franchise.
Ubisoft celebrates 35th anniversary in a time when staffs are seeking public support in order to improve working environment since all they have so far is nothing but empty promise by studio senior leadership as well as higher management.