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Next Free Ubisoft PC Game Revealed, Here's When and How You Can Get It

News Bot Jul 7, 2016

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    The 2002 original Splinter Cell game will be completely free next week on Ubisoft's Uplay PC store, the company has announced. According to VideoGamer.com, the game will be able to download for free starting on Wednesday, July 13.
    It will be available for free for 30 days, and after you've download it, it's yours forever. All you have to do to claim your game is head over to the Ubi 30 page and click "Get the Game Now." You'll need to sign into Uplay to add the game to your library.
    [​IMG]The giveaway is part of Ubisoft's 30th anniversary festivities. The current free game is Prince of Persia: Sands of Time. More free games will be available every month this year. Ubisoft is also giving away DLC for The Division as part of its 30th anniversary celebrations.
    Splinter Cell, the first game in what would become a series, launched in 2002 for PC and Xbox, before coming to PS2 and GameCube later. 2013's Splinter Cell: Blacklist is the latest entry in the series.
    A Splinter Cell movie starring The Dark Knight Rises and The Revenant's Tom Hardy is also on the way, directed by Bourne veteran Doug Liman.


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