Previously primed and ready to hit shelves in February, Ubisoft today revealed that Splinter Cell: Conviction will not find its way to the party at that date and instead will drop in April.

“The postponed release dates for Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction and R.U.S.E., which were previously scheduled for the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2009-10, and will now be released in fiscal year 2010-11. Splinter Cell Conviction is now expected to hit the stores in April 2010.”

Looks like the real-time-strategy title R.U.S.E. is getting the push-back treatment and will miss its February date too and will release sometime when Ubisoft says its ready.

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3 Responses

  1. Anthony

    this is not cool, they keep pushing the date back the game was supposed to come out a while a go and ubisoft pushed the date back, ok that was fine and now when its finally about to come out they push it back AGAIN what i think is Ubisoft SUCKS!!!! but they did make some good games but they take forever to make them and than i beat theme in like 3 day and i dont think thats worth waiting 3 years and since they took forever to make splinter cell i really expect this game to be the best game know to mankind and if this game sucks my xbox is going out the window with splinter cell


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