April 24, 2024


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Splinter Cell Chaos Theory PC Version Is Free To Own Right Now

Ubisoft is offering the PC version of Splinter Cell Chaos Theory for free this week as part of its ongoing 35th anniversary celebration.

Ubisoft is temporarily offering free downloads for Splinter Cell Chaos Theory‘s PC version for free as part of its ongoing 35th anniversary celebration. This is just the latest in a series of giveaways from Ubisoft, with Ghost Recon Breakpoint having gotten a free weekend and the full Assassin’s Creed Chronicles trilogy being made free to download and keep over the past few weeks.

On Wednesday, Ubisoft announced Splinter Cell Chaos Theory for PC is available to download on Ubisoft Connect from now until November 25. Released way back in 2005, Splinter Cell Chaos Theory received near-universal acclaim and is considered to be one of the strongest installments in Ubisoft’s long-running stealth franchise. The game also featured a much darker tone than previous Splinter Cell titles, giving Third Echelon agent Sam Fisher the option to kill the enemies he interrogates as he works to prevent global war.


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With rumors suggesting a new Splinter Cell game is in the works at Ubisoft after an eight-year hiatus, the timing could be right for the publisher to offer up one of the series’ most acclaimed installments to commemorate its 35th anniversary. As with the other titles Ubisoft has given away during its monthlong celebration, PC owners who take advantage of this special promotion will be able to keep Splinter Cell Chaos Theory in their Ubisoft Connect libraries indefinitely. Even more free Ubisoft games and events are planned to drop until the first week of December, but it’s anyone’s guess which titles could be featured next.

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Sources: Ubisoft Connect, Ubisoft/Twitter

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