Splinter Cell Conviction delayed for PC
Game will now ship two weeks later than expected
VG247 is reporting that Ubisoft just slipped the PC version of Splinter Cell: Conviction from April 16 to April 30. The 360 version remains unaffected at April 16.
The news comes after another turbulent day for Ubi’s PC games, with Assassin’s Creed II and Silent Hunter V being removed from Steam in the UK as the result of a “business discussion” between the publisher and Valve.
Ubisoft has been well-reported recently in relation to DRM on its PC titles, which now need a constant internet connection to be played. EA decided to follow the model this week with C&C4.
No comment has yet been issued by Ubisoft to explain the delay.
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