After going rogue in Conviction, Sam’s been convinced to come back into the the action he wanted to get away, the world of black ops by the President of the US Caldwell. The corrupt Third Echelon as we know from previous Games has been disbanded, Sam’s been given control of the Fourth, so this means your the Boss, you do what is needed, whatever the cost or something along them lines. That’s the angle for Sam’s development, this time – he’s gone from an eilte solo operative,to a face-breaking rogue torture badass, to a head of a four-strong team of mismatched characters. It’s sweet, that Sam’s new job involves a bit of HR.
Isaac Clarke is a CIZ agent, who’s not quite used to Ops as black as this, and Charlie is an engineering super genius, hacker and unforgetable smart-arse, who’ll build you, weapons, suit upgrades, mods & much more. Then there’s Grim, who we last saw as we we’re beating the crap out of her face in Conviction. Splinter Cell: Blacklist is due mid Augest – 2013
Hanging around on the Paladin between missions gives you a chance to chat to them all, even jump on some side missions or watch other people do them for you, as I said your the Boss now. You can also upgrade the ship, witch gives you some cosmetic glitter, but also jacks up your abilities in the field, load out slots, boost your scanning equipment, crew quarters, the list is on going as you will find out by staying tuned here @TwistedJunk for all your Splinter Cell: Blacklist news.
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