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Splinter Cell: Conviction Demo NOT Included with Assassin’s Creed II

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Rumors have been suggesting that customers who buy Assassin’s Creed II, will receive an exclusive demo for Splinter Cell: Conviction, for the Xbox 360. The rumors started to appear thanks to a video from the HipHopGamer and a post from a NeoGAF user. The game comes with a card that includes a URL and a code which gives the customer the chance to download a freebie. Right away people started to think that the game is coming with the demo. If that is what you are hoping, then please by all means stop.

We received a picture of this so-called voucher, and from what we can tell — it’s not an exclusive demo for the next Sam Fisher title. It doesn’t say anything about a demo nor does it even suggest a tease for the game will be available if you purchase Assassin’s Creed II. If you read the card, it tells you to “go to the URL, then “enter your key code,” from there you’ll “receive [a] free instant download.” This sounds like nothing more than a free wallpaper or something similar.

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Also, it says nowhere on the box that a demo is include with every copy of Assassin’s Creed II for the Xbox 360. Don’t you think that this is something Ubisoft would want to advertise on the case if it did include a demo? It’s not happening, sorry guys.

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3 Responses to “Splinter Cell: Conviction Demo NOT Included with Assassin’s Creed II”


  1. Seriously, who cares? It’s a demo…


  2. i care because its a demo to my most anticipated game.
    though it could be a surprise, i mean ubisoft havent exactly been flowing with info on either of these games.
    so just because its not announced, i would not consider it false.


  3. Yeah, it’s only a wallpaper and ringtones of some lines from the game (I guess).

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