Splinter Cell: Blacklist HQ

Splinter Cell: Blacklist HQ (Xbox360)

Following the events of Splinter Cell: Conviction, the President of the United States, Patricia Caldwell, officially terminates Third Echelon for its corruption, and orders all their current operations be grounded and dismantled immediately. President Caldwell chooses to replace the agency with the newly-formed "Fourth Echelon" - an elite team of operatives, drawn from different agencies, that operate in a mobile environment and travel the globe performing individual missions assigned by the...
Following the events of Splinter Cell: Conviction, the President of the United States, Patricia Caldwell, officially terminates Third Echelon for its corruption, and orders all their current operations be grounded and dismantled immediately. President Caldwell chooses to replace the agency with the newly-formed "Fourth Echelon" - an elite team of operatives, drawn from different agencies, that operate in a mobile environment and travel the globe performing individual missions assigned by the President. Former Third Echelon agent Sam Fisher is formally appointed Commander of Fourth Echelon - making him head of the agency and the government's greatest weapon.

While Fourth Echelon conducts their primary mission of shutting down all Third Echelon activities, a group of twelve rogue terrorists initiate a terror ultimatum called "The Blacklist" - a deadly countdown of escalating terrorist attacks on United States assets. Fisher and his team must now track and hunt these terrorists down, by any means necessary, and stop the Blacklist countdown before it reaches zero. Along with President Caldwell, Blacklist sees the return of Fisher's old ally, Anna 'Grim' Grímsdóttir, and will include the addition of new characters such as Isaac Briggs and Charlie Cole.

Available on: PC, PS3, Xbox360 XBOX360 Rank: 14 / 1,781  | Overall Rank: 724 / 14,393

Game tags: Action Adventure, Science Fiction, Third-Person, Modern Times

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Splinter Cell: Blacklist director joins WB Games Mont... (0)
Ubisoft loses Splinter Cell: Blacklist director Patrick Redding, who was also the narrative designer for Far Cry 2, as he leaves to join WB Games Montreal - the creator of Batman: Arkham Origins.

No project has been announced yet with Redding attached. Arkham Origins was the studio's first title since forming in 2010. Over 100 new jobs will be added to the studio.
Posted: 31.03.2014 by Technet2k
Ubisoft: Frustration in games is "something to avoid,... (0)
Ubisoft's game designer James Everett has talked about the development of Splinter Cell: Blacklist and how it was important to take "nothing away" at the root level of the franchise.

Finally, fans could start worrying about leaving bodies lying out in the open again - it mattered. How else to make Sam Fisher vulnerable? Heavy infantry to discourage gun running.
Posted: 04.12.2013 by Technet2k
Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Rayman Legends give 'low... (3)
Ubisoft has revealed that Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Rayman Legends haven't performed as well as their internal sales targets had hoped. This news follows the delays of both Watch Dogs and The Crew.

The finger of blame is pointed squarely at the impending arrival of Xbox One and PS4, which has eroded enthusiasm in new titles in the run up to the next-gen machines.
Posted: 16.10.2013 by Technet2k
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