Owners of Splinter Cell:Chaos Theory
will be happy to know that three new multiplayer maps will be available soon. Other than the maps will be free there's not a lot more to tell right now.
Tom Clancyâ€™s Splinter Cell Chaos Theoryâ„¢ Three new multiplayer maps will be available soon on PC and Xbox.
After the incredibly successful launch Tom Clancyâ€™s Splinter Cell Chaos Theoryâ„¢ and the extremely positive feedback the game received, Ubisoft today announces that one new Versus map and two new Co-op multiplayer maps will soon be available on PC and Xbox (via Xbox Live) for owners of Tom Clancyâ€™s Splinter Cell Chaos Theoryâ„¢. The Versus map, called â€˜Squat,â€™ will be available at the end of May, and the two Co-op maps, â€˜Nuclear Plantâ€™ and â€˜UN HQ,â€™ will follow shortly thereafter. The maps will be free of charge. More details will be available in the coming weeks.
Tom Clancyâ€™s Splinter Cell Chaos Theory was released in March 2005 for the PlayStationÂ®2, XboxÂ®, PC and GameCubeâ„¢.
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About Tom Clancy:
With over 80 million books sold, Tom Clancy is arguably the worldâ€™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 recently released The Teeth of the Tiger. Clancy also writes nonfiction works about weapons and various military units. Four of his books have already been adapted into highly successful feature films.