“Too early” to start thinking DLC for Splinter Cell: Conviction, says Ubisoft

By Johnny Cullen
15 March 2010 13:26 GMT


Splinter Cell: Conviction creative director Max Beland has told Eurogamer its way “too early” to start thinking about DLC for the game.

Speaking at a recent hands-on event for the game, he said:

[It’s] too early to even think about DLC.”

He further added: “Once the game has shipped, we will shift our focus towards DLC content.”

And on the subject Ubi president Yves Guilemot wants more from the series more often?

“I think it’s a great thing, for you and for us,” said Beland, “as long as we keep focusing on making great experiences with high quality production values.”

Ubi confirmed on Friday a demo is on the way for the game, although a date is unknown.

Conviction releases on PC and 360 on April 16 in the UK.

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