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Splinter Cell Blacklist Co-op Preview - FanBoyFeed

One of the biggest additions of Splinter Cell Blacklist is the return of the fan favorite co-op mode and this time it's going to be bigger and better than ever before.

After going through the entire Archer and Kestrel campaign in Splinter Cell Conviction, a lot of gamers have high hopes for whats to come in the next game in the series. (PC, PS3, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Wii U, Xbox 360)

Bathyj  +   866d ago
What was the name of the short single player mode in Conviction. They wer like isolated levels. Is that returning? I want more single player content. They should make a level editor like Tenchu 2.
solidboss  +   866d ago
this article is retarded, it mentions that you play co-op as Briggs AND Grim...Grim was and never will be a splinter cell. this information is therefore incorrect. the co-op is played by Briggs and non other then Samuel Leo Fisher. the one true splinter cell.
Einhert  +   866d ago
Let me guess, this will not be a patch on chaos theory.

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