Ubisoft postpones Splinter Cell: Conviction

Ubisoft has delayed the eagerly awaited Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction to an April release.

The game was previously due for launch on February 23rd, but the publisher’s third quarter performance reports reveals Sam Fisher’s upcoming title has been pushed back to the next financial year.

Tabletop strategy game R.U.S.E has also slipped, now releasing some time after April. The publisher attributed to the delays – and its lowered financial forecasts – to challenging market factors.

Click here to read more about Ubi’s lowered Q3 forecasts

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