To celebrate Ubisoft's 30th anniversary, the company is giving away Splinter Cell as a free digital download for PC Gamers as part of the company's Ubisoft Club program.
In a press release, the publisher revealed Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell will be the first free game as part of the program, with a different freebie given away every month for the rest of the year.
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Originally launch in 2002 on Xbox and PC, Splinter Cell arrived to critical acclaim and gave birth to a hugely successful series. It's been three years since we last saw an entry in the series, however, with Blacklist arriving in 2013.
Splinter Cell will be available to download for free from Wednesday, July 13 on PC. Each month a new free downloadable game as part of the Ubisoft Club program will be revealed and be available to download for 30 days.
Head over to UbisoftClub.com to claim your free download next week.
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