Splinter Cell: Conviction delayed on PC

Out two weeks after Xbox 360 version.

Ubisoft has revealed that Splinter Cell: Conviction on the PC will now be released on 30th April, two weeks after the Xbox 360 version.

That's according to the publisher's latest release schedule issued this afternoon.

Ubisoft has had some PR difficulties with PC gamers lately, stemming from its controversial DRM system, which has become a target for hackers since it launched with Assassin's Creed II and Silent Hunter 5.

Check out our recent Splinter Cell: Conviction hands-on preview for more on how Sam Fisher's staggered return is shaping up.

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