Ubi slips Splinter Cell PC

Unsurprisingly. Oh, and Raven Shield.

As expected, Ubi Soft has slipped the PC version of Splinter Cell from its previously "firm" release date of January 31st to the altogether more manageable February 28th.

Meanwhile, the PS2, Cube and GBA versions are expected in March, and Ubi finally revealed what the handheld version looks like today, throwing seven screenshots our way. In short, it looks like a glossy, hand drawn version of those old licensed shooters we used to get in the 16-bit days. Remember Time Cop?

Ubi Soft has also slipped another Tom Clancy fave, Raven Shield. The PC version of the game is now due out on March 21st.

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