Splinter Cell PC goes gold

Ubi Soft announces that development on the PC version of its stealth-based action game is finished. New screens inside.


Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell

Ubi Soft has today announced that the PC version of Splinter Cell in development at the company's Montreal Studio is finished. The third-person action game, which was originally released for the Xbox last November, sees players assuming the role of a special operative named Sam Fisher who is charged with single-handedly saving the world from cyberterrorists.

Despite the fact that development on Splinter Cell is now finished, Ubi Soft has not announced an exact release date for the game. The minimum and recommended system requirements for the game were released today, though, and are as follows--

Minimum System Requirements
Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
800MHz Pentium III or AMD Athlon processor
256MB of RAM
32MB video card
DirectX 8.1-compatible sound card
DirectX 8.1
8x speed CD/DVD drive
950MB-1.5GB on hard drive Recommended System Requirements
Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
1000MHz Pentium III or AMD Athlon processor
256MB of RAM
64MB video card
DirectX 8.1-compatible sound card with surround system
DirectX 8.1
8x speed or higher CD/DVD drive
1.5GB-2.1GB on hard drive

Graphics Cards Supported
Nvidia GeForce2 Ti/Ultra/Pro/GTS/MX400/MX
Nvidia GeForce3 family
Nvidia GeForce4 family
ATI Radeon 8500/9000/9500/9700
Matrox Parhelia

For more information on Splinter Cell, check out our previous coverage of the game.

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