UBISOFT Announces FREE WEEKLY Content for Splinter Cell Conviction

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Great news for all you Splinter Cell fans out there !!

Ubisoft announced today that free content for Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction will be made available to gamers every Thursday, beginning today! 

Owners of Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction will be able to spice up their Splinter Cell experience with a ton of free content. New weapons, skins and even a brand new Deniable Ops map will be released, every week.  Each new piece of downloadable content will be available for FREE.* 

This week’s free content will entail a new gun, the MP7A1 Machine Pistol. See attached image.

*You must own Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction to receive this free content.  An internet connection and an Xbox 360 gamertag is required.  Select “EXTRAS” from the game’s main menu to download free content each week.

For more information, please visit http://splintercell.uk.ubi.com/conviction/

The best part of this is that IT’S FREE !!

Great Work UBISOFT !!

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  • versapak

    Now will this be free content every week adding up to a large free library, so that someone buying the game a couple months down the line will have these available to them, or will it be items that are free each week for that limited time?

    I am just unfortunately going to be one of those that will have to wait a couple months before I buy it. Hopefully there will be a library of freebies waiting for me. 🙂

    Either way it is cool to know that there will be a steady stream of DLC.

  • Enzo3000

    Similarly to you versapak, I want to know whether the content is removed at the end of the week. It looks like I might have to go out and buy it sooner than planned if this is the case to avoid missing out on too much.

  • Andrenekoi

    I think they will be cumulative, like what Bioware did with Mass Effect 2. They released new contents each week using the Cerberus Network, and the content is all there for download.

    I think Ubisoft will follow this with Splinter Cell Conviction.

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