Splinter Cell: Conviction featuring Amon's soundtrack contribution released

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Splinter Cell: Conviction, the much-anticipated next chapter in the Sam Fisher saga, has finally hit store shelves.

As a tribute to the classic score for Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, Amon Tobin was invited back to score the final level of SC:C. In addition, Amon scored the music for the main menu as well as for some key exhilarating cinematics at different points in the game.

There are a few versions of different Amon-composed tracks, so on the 'Featured Tracks' playlist we've shared those specifically scored for key scenes.

We'll be featuring alternate versions and bonus unreleased sketch tracks in the weeks to come.

And for a special treat, we are giving away a suspense track Amon created "just for kicks" that was too creepy for the game.

Time to light a candle to battle the darkness in the hearts of men…