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Splinter Cell: Blacklist preview l Gameplanet

By Matt Maguire

That Which Does Not kill only strengthens, and thus out of the demise of spy agency Third Echelon in 2010’s Splinter Cell: Conviction grew Fourth Echelon, whose base is – get this – airbourne at all times. Yep, an Avengers crossover is on the horizon for sure.

The Paladin is a gigantic plane repurposed as a flying base for Sam Fisher and company, and it is from her deck all aspects of Blacklist may be accessed, from multiplayer lobbies to equipment loadouts – there are no menus. However, today we’re talking a gander at some singleplayer content involving a terrorist group called The Engineers, who have begun making their way through The Blacklist – a deadly countdown of escalating terrorist attacks on United States assets.

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