Co-op and Spies vs. Mercs Return for Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Ubisoft Promising Big Things
Written Friday, June 15, 2012 By Lee BradleyView author's profile
Ubisoft may be keeping details of Splinter Cell: Blacklist’s multiplayer locked away in the Tom Clancy sweatshop for now, but we do know one thing: Spies vs. Mercs is back.
Spies vs. Mercs is the series' nifty competitive mode that pits a team of sneaky, gadget-wielding agents against a well-armed, bullet-spitting militia. It’s a bit good.
"That's probably the number one fan requested mode, and it's about time, really," said community developer Zack Cooper. "We've wanted to communicate this and we're so excited about saying that we've got it. We're not talking about the details."
Beyond this, Blacklist also marks the return of Splinter Cell co-op. Cooper said, "Co-op is back. It was a huge hit from Conviction and previous to that as well. It's all about giving you options.
"We're calling this the biggest, most ambitious Splinter Cell ever," Cooper continued. "And we're not just saying it, we mean it - it's there. And when we start communicating the finer points, the details, I know that people are just going to fall in love all over again."
There you go then. Developer thinks developer’s game will be good. Amazing.
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