Splinter Cell Pack Announced For Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Online

Ghost Recon Online

Today, Ubisoft announced the launch of a new crossover for its free-to-play PC shooter, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Online. Inspired by the success of the cross over pack between Ghost Recon Online and Assassin’s Creed released in February, the Ghost Recon Online team is releasing new content from another major Ubisoft franchise: Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell.

Following the release of the critically-acclaimed Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Ghost Recon Online players will be able to use the weapons and gear of Splinter Cell lethal operative Sam Fisher to fully customize their in-game character for all three classes.

Corey Facteau, GRO’s Producer at Ubisoft Singapore said:

“The spies of Splinter Cell and Ghost Recon Online’s Ghosts can now go toe-to-toe with the Phantoms.”

Also new to Ghost Recon Online, players looking to gift items, including new Splinter Cell gear, will now be able to do so easily in the store.

In the same patch, Ghost Recon Online is also revealing a new map.

Corey Facteau added:

“Khyber Stronghold is the most ambitious map we’ve developed to date. We’re transporting our players to the Middle East, to a city inspired by Peshawar, Pakistan. Our community is more than three million strong, who we work to continuously provide new content for. Our goal is to keep their experience fresh and dynamic so we’re looking forward to seeing how they explore Khyber Stonghold and use Sam Fisher’s items in-game.”


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