Splinter Cell: Conviction still a 360 exclusive

Thursday, 22nd January 2009 20:39 GMT By Patrick Garratt


Ubi confirmed in its Q3 earnings call tonight that Splinter Cell: Conviction is still a 360 exclusive.

A PC version will also ship.

The publisher said earlier this evening that the game will arrive in the following financial year, ending March 2010.

This pegs the game as a near cert for this Christmas.

Thanks, Videogamer.



  1. theevilaires

    no matter how much m$ tries to make this a Mgs vs thing, Splinter cell will never best that franchise. Kojima is just too good for ubisoft.Keep paying for exclusives M$,you’re done for when ps3 hits 300 you heard it here first on VG247 :P

    #1 6 years ago
  2. Mike

    I can’t wait for this.

    #2 6 years ago
  3. Psychotext

    Yeah, I was a big time fan of the originals (thought not so much the last one). Will be interesting to see what they do with it.

    #3 6 years ago
  4. SticKboy

    Chaos Theory was one of the best games of the last gen, so I also have high hopes for this.

    #4 6 years ago
  5. Blerk

    I played the first level of the original Splinter Cell on a demo disc and… that’s my entire experience of Splinter Cell. I thought it was alright, too. But never bought it. So never bought the sequels. So… where am I going? I’ve lost my thread.

    #5 6 years ago
  6. st00rm

    i don’t know if this game is going to be any good (especially after being delayed for 2 or 3 times already)
    i loved chaos theory and disliked double agent, and conviction seem to be heading in the same direction as double agent – as a dark stealth game they should stick to missions that happen at night

    #6 6 years ago
  7. JonFE

    I’m not sure what to expect from SC:Conviction anymore.

    I’m one of those (few I guess) that loved the announcement trailer back in 2007 -even though it seemed completely different to all the prequels- because it reminded me of Mucky Foot’s Urban Chaos and I loved that game.

    In the light of constant delays, presumably, a lot have changed since then, but no concrete info about the game’s direction have surfaced (at least to my knowledge), so I’m on a fence about it. Would love to be pleasantly surprised though :)

    #7 6 years ago
  8. Robo_1

    Another Urban Chaos fan here. Never gets the credit it deserves, as being a key title for the sandbox genre, but still, a top game in its own right.

    I’d love Conviction to come good too. I rather enjoyed the last one, and I’d be interested to see how they’re going to build on it.

    #8 6 years ago
  9. JonFE

    Never gets the credit it deserves, as being a key title for the sandbox genre

    Totally agree with you Robo_1 :)

    #9 6 years ago

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