Ubisoft Classic – Free game giveaway!

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Without a doubt, the Splinter Cell classic game was a hit, it paved the way for many of their more frequent titles but this always came up the rankings with its gameplay and story throughout.

Tom Clancy’s – Splinter cell was the actual original, which kicked off their whole franchise.

The franchise follows NSA black ops agent Sam Fisher – voiced by actors Michael Ironside (Starship Troopers) and Eric Johnson (Supernatural) – who is recruited by the National Security Agency to work within its newly formed division, Third Echelon, after the assassination of the President of Georgia.

Gameplay is primarily stealth-based, opting for silenced weapons and a shadow-o-meter in the earlier games which shows Sam’s visibility. The game has inventive ways of sticking to the shadows, including busting light bulbs and a stylish split jump – where players can position Sam above enemies if a corridor or room is narrow enough.

The franchise progresses into darker plots, such as the decision making and ‘crossing the line’ featured in Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Double Agent. Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction was the first of the seven games to introduce a new shooting system dubbed as ‘Mark & Execute’, which allows the player to mark enemies or objects and shoot them in quick succession without having to manually target each one.

Source: fanatical.com

Splinter Cells visuals, for their time, are fantastic, as most of the Ubisoft series, even today, paved a way for a new era of gaming graphics for that full immersion.

They are releasing the Chaos Theory rendition of their game for free, don’t delay, click it today:

Grab: https://store.ubi.com/us/tom-clancys-splinter-cell-chaos-theory-/575ffdc7a3be1633568b4f98.html

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