Splinter Cell: Conviction demo in Jan

One month before full release.   

Ubisoft plans to release a Splinter Cell: Conviction demo early in the New Year.

Hiphopgamer (via VG247) confirmed a January release but stopped short of unearthing a date.

Splinter Cell: Conviction follows a rampant Sam Fisher on a journey of revenge, as he seeks out his daughter's killers. He'll be smashing people's faces into urinals and sneaking around pulling fancy spy manoeuvres, albeit without his familiar briefcase of gadgets.

Splinter Cell: Conviction is being developed for PC and Xbox 360 and is due out here on 26th February.

So far so good, are our Splinter Cell: Conviction impressions so far.

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