Splinter Cell Chaos Theory for free. But you have to be quick like Sam Fisher

Ubisoft is giving away Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Chaos Theory for free via Ubisoft Connect PC. The iconic game will only be available for a limited time, so hurry up.

Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory was released in 2005, while the last part of the game with a subtitle Blacklist debuted in 2013. It’s been eight years since then, and this is probably the reason why so many want the series to come back.

Ubisoft is reluctant to comment on the next part Splinter Cell. Instead, he pushes Sam Fisher into his other productions. He is a playable character in Rainbow Six Siege. He can also be found while playing in Ghost Recon Breakpoint.

Sam Fisher was exceptionally agile and strong. He could also move faster than the average soldier.

Meanwhile, we can go back in time and play the hero again in Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory. The title is currently available for free on the Ubisoft Store. Offer valid until November 25th and requires Ubisoft Connect connection.

However, if you are a follower of Steam, at the moment Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory can be won on the platform with 75%. discount.

Julian Gerighty, Ubisoft’s Creative Director, announced in May 2019 on his social media page that another game in the series is currently under development. However, Ubisoft later questioned his statement.

While the demand for a new installment Splinter Cell has been high since Blacklist in 2013, evidence that it would actually be built was slim until last month.

Development sources estimate that the new version Splinter Cell will be revealed in 2022. In the meantime, we can expect the series Splinter Cell Netflix’s production, which, according to screenwriter Derek Kolstad, should also appear in the coming year.

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