Deniable Ops DLC coming this month for Splinter Cell Conviction

by: Chad -
Those looking to get some more action in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction will get their wish this month.  Ubisoft announced today that a Deniable Ops DLC called "Insurgency Pack" will be available on May 27.  Even though the game hit the 360 before the PC, both platforms will be able to access the additional content on the same day.  

Priced at 800 MS Points or $9.99, the Insurgency Pack adds four more maps for Deniable Ops modes.  There's even 250 more achievement points for those interested.  Find out more here and check out the screens released today with the announcement.

TOM CLANCY’S SPLINTER CELL CONVICTION™
DENIABLE OPS INSURGENCY PACK DLC AVAILABLE THIS MONTH FOR XBOX 360® AND WINDOWS® PC

SAN FRANCISCO- May 17th, 2010 – Ubisoft announced today that the Deniable Ops “Insurgency Pack” downloadable content (DLC) for Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction™ for the Windows® PC games and the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft will be available for download on May 27th, 2010. The DLC will be available for 800 Microsoft Points or $9.99.

The critically acclaimed Stealth-Action hit of the spring takes aim at Xbox LIVE® with additional content this month. The Insurgency Pack delivers brand-new missions for Archer and Kestrel on four additional maps for Deniable Ops modes. Take on challenges in Hunter, Face Off, Infiltration or Last Stand to unlock new achievements and play in settings from the docks of San Francisco to a New Orleans cemetery, a prison in Portland to a hidden research complex in Salt Lake City. Sam Fisher may have his conviction, but Black Arrow is still out there – waiting for him.

The achievements hunters will be glad to know that 250 new points can be unlocked in this DLC.

For more news and information on Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction, please visit the game’s official website at www.splintercell.com.

About Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction:
Sam Fisher returns as a fugitive and enemy of the state. Now Sam is being ruthlessly hunted by the very government he served, and the friends and colleagues he once knew may have masterminded the entire plot. Working outside Third Echelon puts Sam in the uncomfortable position of having to obtain vital resources via different means (aka the underground black market) as he learns to use the environment around him to his advantage.

Where light and shadows were key to gameplay in the original Splinter Cell, stealth action and improvisation help drive Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction, making it an adrenaline rush of blood-pumping chase sequences, close combat, crowd interaction with real-world dynamics and intense gun battles.

About Tom Clancy:
With more than 80 million books sold, Tom Clancy is arguably the world's most recognized author. His works include fiction such as The Hunt for Red October, Clear and Present Danger, The Sum of All Fears, Rainbow Six, Red Rabbit, and The Teeth of the Tiger. Clancy also writes non-fiction works about weapons and various military units. Four of his books have already been adapted into highly successful feature films.

About Ubisoft:
Ubisoft is a leading producer, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment products worldwide and has grown considerably through a strong and diversified line-up of products and partnerships. Ubisoft has teams in 28 countries and distributes games in more than 55 countries around the globe. It is committed to delivering high-quality, cutting-edge video game titles to consumers. For the 2009-10 fiscal year, generated sales of 1.058 billion Euros. To learn more, please visit www.ubisoftgroup.com.

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