You’ll be “blown away” by Splinter Cell: Conviction, says Ubisoft

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A big Splinter Cell: Conviction reveal is coming soon. There’s been a lot of changes, according to Ubisoft Community Developer UbiRazz, as “some ideas worked, some didn’t. Some things evolved into entirely new things and some aspects [Ubisoft] created were perfect the first time around.”

An update on the official site allows the second bullet hole to be clicked.

He doesn’t provide much information, however, he does say “when you see the game again your questions will definitely be answered and we believe you will be blown away.”

Blown out of my seat away? Or blown out of an airplane freefalling 500,000 feet away?

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