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Splinter Cell 2 in March 2004 Stateside

Ubi's fiscal report sheds some light on Pandora Tomorrow and the company's aspirations.

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Ubi Soft's latest fiscal report has confirmed that Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow, the multiplayer-enabled, increasingly cinematic follow-up to Sam Fisher's now infamous multi-platform exploits, will be on store shelves by March 2004 in North America, meaning that we'll presumably get hold of it in Europe by the end of spring/early summer.

Ubi's fiscal report also makes it clear that the publisher wants to improve it status, and expects to do so with a little help from Prince of Persia: Sands of Time, Beyond Good & Evil, XIII and Far Cry, games which should give it a handle on the crowded action-adventure and first person shooter genres.

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