22nd August 2013
22nd August 2013
It’s a rarity when a title delivers engrossing, compelling, varied and highly replayable gameplay in both its single and multiplayer elements. Splinter Cell: Blacklist is such a manner of beast and other than a few graphical inconsistencies it remains one of the most solid all-around combat experiences I’ve snuck around behind and embedded my knife into.Read on for his complete critique.
Join Charlie Cole, Tech Ops Specialist, on a thorough debriefing of Sam Fisher's most challenging and complex mission. Meet the members of 4th Echelon, tour the state-of-the-art Paladin aircraft, learn more about the Strategic Mission Interface, browse through the armory filled with suits, gadgets and weapons, discover the different play styles, find out how to best team up in Co-Op and get ready for non-stop multiplayer action in Spies vs. Mercs.Ubisoft has also outlined the official minimum and recommended specs for the PC version of the game, which you can read in full over here.
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist offers two player CO OP mode with 4 mission types, 14 maps with 2 player split-screen.Watch the video below.
Play as Sam Fisher or Isaac Briggs (a CIA operative) and work as a duo : help your teammate access parts of the maps you couldn't access on your own, create your own tactics depending on your Play Style and watch each other's back as you complete missions
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist on Wii U will deliver a unique gaming experience that puts players in the role of special operative and 4th Echelon leader Sam Fisher. Showcasing enhanced game-play features using the Wii U GamePad controller, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist allows players to operate innovative gadgets, take out enemies and move through the environment, and intuitively switch between weapons, among other features. The GamePad touch screen, along with motion-based inputs, are sure to immerse fans and gamers alike in this thrilling modern-day adventure.While Nintendo's new console has come off to a shaking start since launching Christmas last year, it looks like things are starting to pick up which is always a great sign. A handful of screenshots have also been revealed showing off the GamePad in action, which you can check out below.
In Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist, a group of 12 rogue nations have had enough of the United States’ military presence in their countries. In an effort to rid themselves of the occupation, they mastermind an ultimatum called The Blacklist - a countdown of escalating terrorist attacks on U.S. interests. Given a presidential mandate and the power to act above the law, players take on the role of lethal special operative Sam Fisher. As leader of the newly formed 4th Echelon unit, players must hunt down and stop these terrorists before The Blacklist countdown reaches zero. The thrilling storyline along with a wide range of intense, eye-opening covert missions will propel players to locate and take down those responsible for these deadly assaults by any means necessary.For those interested in what each edition contains, you can check out the images below or head over to our press release for the full details. Currently the 5th Freedom Edition and Ultimatum Edition are available for purchase from various retailers however the 5th Freedom Silver Edition is currently only available at Ubisoft's Uplay store, which you can find here.
Ahead of NY Comic Con, Splinter Cell is announcing a partnership with acclaimed spy-fiction comic writer, Nathan Edmondson and illustrator Marc Laming, to bridge the gap between Conviction and Blacklist. The series will also incorporate events from the franchise deemed by the Splinter Cell community to be the most iconic.An interview with Edmonson can be found over on IGN.