“Take this, you PC gaming scum!”
The PC version of yet another game gets sh1t upon, it seems.
Yes, the oft-delayed Splinter Cell: Conviction is going to be delayed once again – on PC. Instead of the “set in stone” release date of April 13, the game has been pushed back two weeks, and will now come out on the 27th of April, 2010. Apparently the listing on Amazon has confirmed this, and Big Download received confirmation from Ubisoft on the matter.
The Xbox 360 version of the game is still on track for April 13.
To add insult to injury, the PC version of the game won’t receive a demo either. The Xbox 360 version will.
Ubisoft community developer Li Kuo on Twitter:
"Sorry guys, tomorrow's demo is for X360 only. There are no plans for a PC demo."
And not to mention: this is a Ubisoft title. What does that mean, you ask? Ubisoft’s new rubbish DRM, requiring an always on connection, optimised for first world countries, and nobody else. That’s what.
* God of Violent Video Games
- Splinter Cell Conviction PC's release gets a two week delay to April 27 [Big Download]
- No PC demo plans for Splinter Cell Conviction [Big Download]