During its E3 conference, Ubisoft announced that from now to the end of this year the publisher would make one game per month available for free to any member of its ‘Ubisoft Club’. From July 13th, members of that club will be able to download Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell digitally for free on PC.
Ubisoft is currently celebrating its 30th anniversary and will be giving away the chance to rediscover or experience some of its classic titles down the years, throughout the remainder of 2016.
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell was released in 2002 as both a Xbox and PC exclusive. Splinter Cell was also the first major title developed by Ubisoft Montreal, with the developer going on to create multiple Tom Clancy games in addition to popular AAA titles like Watch Dogs, Far Cry 4 and Assassin’s Creed with Watch Dogs 2 and For Honor set to arrive later this year.
The Splinter Cell series has seen protagonist Sam Fisher become one of Ubisoft’s most recognisable characters, featuring in a total of 7 games so far, the most recent being Conviction and Blacklist.