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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell
Ubisoft has revealed more of Splinter Cell Blacklist’s co-op multiplayer with a new trailer and batch of screenshots. Fisher will be assisted by a handful of allies in his missions, who will provide intel and assign tasks that can be completed to earn a special currency that unlocks access to new weapons and gear. One of the agents, Isaac Briggs, who is also featured in the trailer, will join in whenever another player wants to lend a hand. The Strategic Mission Interface, a new addition to the series, will be used to link single-player and co-op play.
Sam Fisher will be making his Wii U debut this August in Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist. Ubisoft has revealed that the revamped version will utilize the GamePad for interacting with the environment, using items, executing Killing in Motion moves, and managing the inventory.
Ubisoft has announced a premium edition for the next entry in the Splinter Cell series, Blacklist. The $169.99 Paladin Multi-Mission Aircraft Edition will be available on August 20 for 360 and PS3, and include, among other items, a remote control C-147B Paladin Aircraft and a limited 88-page graphic novel written by Nathan Edmondson. Check below for complete details.
Ubisoft has released some new media for Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist. The latest round includes a handful of new screenshots, the official box art, and the new inauguration trailer. The footage gives players a nearly two-minute glimpse of the stabbing, snapping, shooting, and scurrying they will do as Sam Fisher in his mission to stop the Blacklist terrorist attacks.
Ubisoft has released a new trailer for Splinter Cell Blacklist detailing Sam Fisher’s new privilege, the Fifth Freedom (think Double-O status to the nth degree). Fischer will use his new powers to take down a global terrorist organization that’s wreaking havoc around the world as they up their attacks on the United States to see that the demands on their Blacklist are met.
Ubisoft has had a surprisingly busy E3 2012. From the return of Rayman for a new Wii U adventure to the open-world, open-ended action title Watch Dogs. And of course, there were zombies, assassins, and Fishers in abundance.