One thing that is a hot-ticket item this generation of consoles is HD remastering. Whether for God of War, Sly Cooper, Tomb Raider or other famous games of the last generation, HD collections are always value-packed at a budget price. The Splinter Cell Trilogy was originally slated for a March release, but if the latest retail listings are anything to go on, fans will have a bit more to wait before they can revisit the popular stealth series.
As spotted on Amazon, GameFly and GameStop‘s respective websites, the Splinter Cell Trilogy is now expected to arrive in your hands on September 27th. While we are awaiting official confirmation from publisher Ubisoft if this is indeed the final ship date, when three separate large retailers post the same information it lends credence to that date being official. Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Trilogy includes the original Splinter Cell, Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow, and Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory remastered in high definition and given trophies, with perhaps some other functionality not yet revealed, for $39.99 USD. Do you mind the wait, or would you rather have the collection release sooner, during the summer lull between mega-blockbusters?