Sam Fisher is back in action with Tom Clancy’s splinter Cell: Blacklist. Stealthy or shootey – play the way you want!
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist was revealed in the Microsoft Press Conference at E3 2012. The announcement saw the Kinect integration and the replacement of Michael Ironside by the actor Eric Johnson who will be performing voice and motion capture duties for Sam Fisher. The voice integration with the Kinect peripheral will allow the gamers to ‘get inside the game’ and distract the enemies & then ‘surprise’ attack them.
Check out the E3 announcement trailer of Splinter Cell: Blacklist
Along with the debut trailer, Ubisoft also released a gameplay demo which says all about the game from the gamers perspective. The video shows some of Blacklist’s action sequences which does not appears to be much of a stealth shooting. In the demo we get a peek at one of the game’s new mechanics called “Killing in Motion”, which allows you to highlight and kill your enemies in quick succession, with a new fluidity while on the run. The demo also showed that you will be allowed to take control of a drone vehicle or drone weapons to take out the approaching enemies (as in Call of Duty and Battlefield games).
The game’s story is likely to follow the events of Splinter Cell: Conviction.
Check out the official Splinter Cell: Blacklist gameplay demo:
The sixth Splinter Cell title, being developed by Ubisoft Toronto is scheduled to be released on June 30, 2013 on PC(Microsoft Windows), Xbox 360 and PS3 platforms.
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