The venues for IGN's Black Beta series have only been getting bigger and better in recent months.
The series of events has seen games shown off at Sydney's IMAX Theatre in Darling Harbour, refitted nightclubs on Oxford Street, and this time at the National Art School.
It presented the evening, which was hosted by IGN, Ubisoft and V, with a perfect locale for indulging in Splinter Cell-themed fun in anticipation of the game's launch this week.
Ubisoft went all-out with getting the game on as many debug machines as possible, driving exposure through the usual IGN channels and serving as a reward for several hundred readers.
The whole art school and its historical brickwork was lit up in Fisher-esque green, and was a great send-off for the latest game in the stealth-em-up series.
Check out pictures from the night below: