Ubi Soft ships the PlayStation 2 version of its stealth-based action game in Europe. New screens of the power plant level inside.
Ubi Soft has today shipped the PlayStation 2 version of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell to stores in Europe. The game incorporates a number of features that weren't present in the original Xbox version, including a new binocular-vision headset, 30 additional minutes of cinematics, a new four-minute intro with music performed by the Prague Orchestra, and four new levels in the power plant area, which can be seen in today's screenshots.
Splinter Cell is a stealth-based action game in which players assume the role of an agent named Sam Fisher charged with single-handedly saving the world from a massive terrorist threat. The PS2 version of the game is scheduled for release in North America on April 8. In the meantime you might like to check out our previous coverage of the game or our full reviews of the Xbox and PC versions, which are already available.
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