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Splinter Cell Chaos Theory PC Is Free Until 25 November

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Last week, Ubisoft gave away the Assassin’s Creed Chronicles Trilogy for free as part of its 35th anniversary celebrations. The publisher is continuing the giveaway this week with Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Chaos Theory.

Claiming the free game is largely the same process this week as it was the last, which is via the Ubisoft Connect launcher. Being an old game, released all the way back in 2005, it’s not exactly expensive right now, priced normally at RM31. But you can get it for free from now until 25 November.

Splinter Cell
Source: Ubisoft.

For the unfamiliar, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Chaos Theory is the third game in the series. It follows the story of Sam Fisher, stealth specialist operative with Third Echelon, a fictional covert-ops branch of the NSA. It was perhaps the only real competitor at the time to the only other stealth video game series, Metal Gear Solid. Of course, both titles are currently in effectively suspended animation.

Which is all the more reason to claim Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Chaos Theory right now while it is free. And you can do so by hitting the link below. Not only does it have a solid singleplayer mode, there’s also co-operative and competitive multiplayer if that’s more your thing.

(Source: Ubisoft [1], [2])




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