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Ubisoft has released a gameplay walkthrough of Splinter Cell: Blacklist, showing exactly how players can move through environments silently while getting the drop on enemies. In fact, it’s probably a bit more action-oriented than most Splinter Cell titles we’ve seen so far, and things get pretty explosive near the end of the clip.

From the get-go, the trailer shows Sam Fisher as he’s been in early Splinter Cell games—fully equipped, supported by high-tech weaponry, and armed to the teeth.

New gameplay elements are also shown here, including the “Killing in Motion” mechanic, an expansion on Splinter Cell: Conviction‘s “mark and execute” ability.

Check out the clip below to see Fisher infiltrate a terrorist base and wipe them out with little trouble. If you get a bit squeamish at the sight of blood, you may want to skip the torture sequence near the beginning—it’s essentially the exact same demo that we were shown at E3 2012 behind closed doors, but the entire sequence still looks pretty violent.

Source: Ubisoft

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New Splinter Cell: Blacklist Gameplay Footage Is A Total Murder Spree

Ubisoft has released a gameplay walkthrough of Splinter Cell: Blacklist, showing exactly how players can move through environments silently while getting the drop on enemies.

By EGM Staff | 08/17/2012 04:20 PM PT

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Ubisoft has released a gameplay walkthrough of Splinter Cell: Blacklist, showing exactly how players can move through environments silently while getting the drop on enemies. In fact, it’s probably a bit more action-oriented than most Splinter Cell titles we’ve seen so far, and things get pretty explosive near the end of the clip.

From the get-go, the trailer shows Sam Fisher as he’s been in early Splinter Cell games—fully equipped, supported by high-tech weaponry, and armed to the teeth.

New gameplay elements are also shown here, including the “Killing in Motion” mechanic, an expansion on Splinter Cell: Conviction‘s “mark and execute” ability.

Check out the clip below to see Fisher infiltrate a terrorist base and wipe them out with little trouble. If you get a bit squeamish at the sight of blood, you may want to skip the torture sequence near the beginning—it’s essentially the exact same demo that we were shown at E3 2012 behind closed doors, but the entire sequence still looks pretty violent.

Source: Ubisoft

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