Splinter Cell: Conviction delayed to “add more polish”, says Ubisoft

By Johnny Cullen
14 January 2010 15:14 GMT


Ubisoft has told Eurogamer Splinter Cell: Conviction was delayed last night was to “add more polish”.

“The game looks brilliant, but we want it to be awesome,” said a rep from the company.

Conviction was down for an confirmed date of February 26, but Ubisoft pulled the date from the game, now pegging it for April.

A specific date wasn’t forthcoming from the company last night.

Ubi has been steadily ramping up the title’s presence this year, having confirmed split-screen co-op and the game’s Deniable Ops co-op mode already in January.

And don’t forget the Collector’s Edition: it’s got a Sam statue.

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