Splinter Cell site updated with Russian stuff

Thursday, 26th November 2009 12:55 GMT By Patrick Garratt


Ve3tro‘s noticed that the Splinter Cell site‘s now covered with a Russian message and tomorrow’s date.

Apparently, it says this:

“Periodically security system will be disconnected for conducting of planned works and data protection. During similar works can arise the breach out of danger from the external threat. Thus, all turning offs will bear random nature in accordance with the random diagram Delta-3-6- Oscar”

Awesome. Also, there are some GPS co-ordinates in the bottom right corner. We’re going to trust Ve3tro here. Apparently they point to Saint Petersburg.

There’s more! Look at this.

Reckon it’s got something to do with Splinter Cell and Russia? Should know tomorrow.



  1. ReeceHeywood

    Here’s the site I used Pat for the GPS location.

    #1 5 years ago
  2. JimboXiii

    the co-ordinates point here
    Russian Federation, 191186, St Petersburg, Nevsky Prospekt, 19

    “Stroganov Palace

    The Stroganov Palace (Russian: Строгановский дворец) is a Late Baroque palace at the intersection of the Moika River and Nevsky Prospekt in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The palace was built to Bartolomeo Rastrelli’s designs for Count Sergei Grigoriyevich Stroganov in 1753. The interiors were remodeled by Andrey Voronikhin in the 1790s. Today, the palace is part of the Russian Museum and is used as an exhibition hall. “

    #2 5 years ago
  3. ReeceHeywood

    Update on this situation from Ubisoft:

    “We are receiving reports that some users visiting the website are finding themselves redirected to an unknown location. We are trying our best to resolve the situation, and will update as soon as possible. “

    #3 5 years ago

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