Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist Appears To Be Free For Some On Xbox Store

Today was a kind of lucky day for some fans of Sam Fisher as Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist appeared as a totally free game on the Microsoft store and many people took the opportunity to get their hands on the game without any cost.

You have to thank Reddit, who’s always swift to spread any news especially for a glitch like this. It appears that some people were able to get the game for free though some couldn’t.

People are still reporting that the glitch or error still exists and some are getting “sorry your purchase cannot be completed at this time” which doesn’t assure us if it’s an actual error or Microsoft has caught on.

We know that a lot of people were expecting to see a new Splinter Cell game at E3 2018 but that didn’t happen so there’s nothing bad in trying maybe the glitch is still around as few people seem to get but most likely Microsoft is resolving the issue.

In case you don’t get to glitch the game as free then we have some good news for you as Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist has been added to the Xbox One backward compatibility program along with Double Agent.

There’s been a lot of hype for a new Splinter Cell game after it appeared in a listing on Amazon before E3 but it didn’t happen.

Ubisoft has also filed for Splinter Cell trademark back in May 15, 2017. On the same day, Ubisoft also teased Splinter Cell in a very short video clip on Twitter which showed us Sam Fisher echelon outfit from Blacklist for Ghost Recon Wildlands.

Microsoft always has these errors and glitches but sometimes they also do it intentionally to give a trial of the game unexpectedly. Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist is one of the best Tom Clancy games we have ever played back in the day and I loved all the stealth missions. It was so futuristic which makes us crave for a new Splinter Cell game today.