Splinter Cell Blacklist enlists two-player co-operative mode


Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist will incorporate a two-player co-operative mode, Ubisoft have revealed.

Players will assume the role of either Sam Fisher or CIA operative Isaac Briggs as you work as a duo across 14 maps that encompass four differing mission types.

Two-player split-screen will be available, with each player required to aid their teammate to access areas of maps that can’t be reached alone, whilst working tactically to complete missions.

It recently emerged that Ubisoft Shanghai are separately handling the Wii U version, which was showcased within its own trailer.

Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist releases for Wii U across Europe on August 23rd.

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