Free Xbox Live with Pandora Tomorrow

Early copies of Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow will come with free Xbox Live subscriptions good for either two or 12 months of online play.


Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow

Ubisoft and Microsoft today announced that they have teamed up to offer Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow players a number of different prizes, including free Xbox Live subscriptions. Free two-month Xbox Live subscriptions will be included in the first 650,000 copies of the game to arrive in stores, with one in every 13 of these copies including a subscription card good for 12 months of free online play.

The second part of the Xbox Live and Pandora Tomorrow promotion will see Splinter Cell fans being given the opportunity to win one of five golden tickets that are exchangeable for a state-of-the-art Kenwood home theater system, complete with six matching speakers and an eight-inch powered subwoofer, and a receiver that features Dolby Digital EX, DTS-ES, Dolby Pro Logic II, and DSP surround sound. The golden ticket sweepstakes are open to legal residents of both the US and Canada who are over the age of 18. No purchase is necessary to enter the competition, and the official rules of entry can now be found at the official Splinter Cell Web site.

"Ubisoft makes some of the most played games on Xbox Live, and we are excited to bring the rich world of Live to more of our fans," said Tony Kee, Ubisoft's vice president of marketing. "Gamers who play Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow over Xbox Live will discover the true meaning of hair-raising tension when, as a mercenary focused on hunting a spy, you suddenly can't control your own movements because you’ve been grabbed from behind! Your information systems have been shut down, and now, somebody is whispering in your ear--taunting you. And you never even saw it coming. It's really intense."

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow is scheduled to arrive in stores on March 31.

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