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Ubisoft is turning 30!

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Ubisoft is contributing its birthday celebrations this month with another free game!

To celebrate Ubisoft's 30th anniversary, Ubisoft club members worldwide have the opportunity to rediscover or discover for the first time Ubisoft's classic titles for free.
First announced at E3, every month until the end of the year, the Ubisoft Club is giving away one Ubisoft digital PC game acclaimed for its quality, innovation and creativity.

July's free title is Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell


Released in November 2002 exclusively on X-Box and PC then on other platforms, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell marks a key moment in Ubisoft’s history: it is the first blockbuster developed by Ubisoft Montreal, and Sam Fisher has grown to become one of the most emblematic characters Ubisoft ever created.

At the core of Splinter Cell is a technological innovation: dynamic lighting. For the first time in a game, lights could change in real time, which in turn enabled developers to rejuvenate the Stealth genre, by hiding and seeking in the shadows. The player interacts with the environment by creating safe places by destroying lights, and adapting to moving ones.

The game was critically acclaimed and received the 2002 E3 Game Critics Award of Best Action Adventure game. With his characteristic light googles and stealthy moves, Sam Fisher became one of the most popular video game characters. Splinter Cell has become a long lasting franchise with 5 sequels, 7 novels and soon a full length motion picture.


Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell will be available on Wednesday 13 July, 2016. The Ubisoft Club 30th anniversary offer runs throughout the year. The participating game will be revealed every month and will be available to Ubisoft Club members for free for 30 days only.

The offer can be found at UbisoftClub.com

Keep it locked to Aussie Gamers Express for updates on all future free game releases. 

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