Ubisoft has released a a statement as to why Splinter Cell: Conviction has been delayed.We recently learned that the highly-anticipated title has beento an early 2010 release, and now Ubisoft, speaking via the , has let gamers know why:Splinter Cell Conviction is a very important game for us. We want to ensure it’s a game that long-term fans and gamers new to the series equally enjoy when they play it. Previous Splinter Cell games have set the bar very high when it comes to quality and enjoyment, we are firmly focused on continuing this with Conviction.After demonstrating the new vision for the game at E3 2009 we won many awards and got a lot of interest from fans and press alike. In order to live up to our own ambitions and your expectations, we strongly feel that giving our teams that extra time will allow us to present a game to you that will fulfill that potential. Due to this, we have decided to move the release date into Q1 2010. This extra time will ensure Splinter Cell Conviction becomes every bit the fantastic experience we want it to be.We’re happy that the game will get the attention it apparently needs, although we’re a little surprised as we thought the game looked remarkable back at E3.
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