Ubisoft Celebrates Their 30th Anniversary By Giving Away Splinter Cell
One of the better titles in their library, Splinter Cell still holds up to modern video games. The game that kick started a franchise that would gift us such joys as Chaos Theory and Pandora Tomorrow, Splinter Cell is available for absolutely nothing.
Released in 2002, Splinter Cell ushered in the Ubisoft Tom Clancy era. Originally created to compete with Metal Gear Solid, Splinter Cell grew into its own beast. Even today the lighting system still impresses.
The only catch is you need to be part of the Ubisoft Club to take advantage of the offer. That only requires you a quick sign up to the service free of charge. Splinter Cell will be available for download on July 13th. Prince of Persia is the current free game, but this will change after the 13th.