Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory is one of the video games of Ubisoft that your community has embraced the most since its launch in 2005. For this reason, the company is celebrating its 35th anniversary by giving away this title completely free of charge. If you want to get it, here we tell you how to do it.
To claim your free copy of Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, you need to enter this link before November 25, 2021 at 8:00 (your local time) and select the option that says Ubisoft Connect, log in and claim your free copy.
In this way and without any trick, you can enjoy this classic video game of Ubisoft.
What is Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory?
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory is a third person stealth action video game that was developed and published by Ubisoft on March 22, 2005. This is the third installment in this saga and closely follows the adventures of Sam fisher, an agent of the National security agency.
At the time, the Official Xbox Magazine rated Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory As the Game of the Year (Game of the Year) from 2005 for its outstanding gameplay and high-quality graphics.
The story of Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory take on a fictional war between China, North Korea and Japan, following the formation of the Japan Self-Defense Information (I-SDF). Considering this as a violation of the Japanese Constitution after World War II, the Chinese and North Korean forces establish a blockade against the Japanese ships.
In the meantime, Sam fisher is sent to find Bruce Morgenholt, a computer programmer, who was captured by a Peruvian separatist group called The people’s voice, guided by Hugo Lacerda.
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