Tom Clancy

Joe Biden used alias of KGB spy from Tom Clancy novels, emails from Hunter’s laptop show

Joe Biden wrote to his son Hunter and others close to him using the pseudonym “Peter Henderson” – a fictional Soviet Union-era spy in several Tom Clancy novels who infiltrated the US government, emails show. The messages contained on Hunter’s abandoned laptop appear to indicate the then-VP started using the fictitious mole’s moniker in October 2016 while forwarding a YouTube video to his son Hunter, brother Jim, daughter-in-law Hallie, as well as his sister and longtime political strategist Valerie Biden Owens. Biden sent the message using an email address with a username of “67stingray” — a clear reference to his beloved 1967...
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The 10 best Tom Clancy games of all time

When you're choosing the best Tom Clancy games, you've got plenty to work with. There have been more than 35 since that Tom Clancy name was first stamped on a box in 1998. Even before that, there were games based on his fiction, including a Commodore 64 and Amiga game in 1987 based on The Hunt for Red October. We're sticking to the official, "Tom Clancy's" titled Ubisoft games for this list, because we had to draw a line somewhere.

Ubisoft’s XDefiant shooter loses Tom Clancy name

XDefiant, Ubisoft’s upcoming 6v6 arena shooter, has lost the “Tom Clancy” originally attached to its name. Ubisoft revealed the change in a recent blog about upcoming play tests for the new game. XDefiant is a faction-based shooter described as “fast-paced firefights meets punk-rock moshpit” in its reveal...

‘XDefiant”s Tom Clancy branding being removed by Ubisoft

Ubisoft has removed the name of deceased author Tom Clancy from all branding of its upcoming shooter XDefiant, as the game will now include groups from outside of the “Tom Clancy universe”. Ubisoft has confirmed that Tom Clancy’s name has been pulled from the title of XDefiant, an...

XDefiant drops Tom Clancy branding as public testing signups open

Tom Clancy's XDefiant was introduced in 2021 as Ubisoft's free-to-play answer to Call of Duty multiplayer: A 6v6 competitive military FPS featuring factions from Tom Clancy franchises Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon, and The Division. The title didn't exactly set the world on fire but the gameplay looked not bad; early beta tests ran in August 2021, and anyone interested was (and still is) able to sign up for future testing sessions, although none have been announced since.

Ubisoft ditches Tom Clancy moniker for XDefiant

Ubisoft has completely nixed the Tom Clancy name from its upcoming free-to-play shooter XDefiant. Mentions of the Tom Clancy name have been scrubbed from XDefiant branding, with no mention to be found in the game's current advertisements and iterations. This is due, according to Ubisoft, to the fact that the game will include "factions from games outside of the Tom Clancy universe."