Splinter Cell: Conviction Comparison: Is Fisher's Fifth Outing Still Fighting Fit?
Back in 2010, Ubisoft attempted something a little different with its fifth mainline Splinter Cell game, seeing protagonist Sam Fisher on the run, no longer a member of Third Echelon. Introducing a variety of new mechanics, Splinter Cell: Conviction is seen by some as the black sheep of the series, but it's still brill.
Adding cover to cover, mark and execute, and brutal interrogations, Splinter Cell: Conviction still stands up nine years on, and now you can play it in lovely high resolution, thanks to a recent Xbox One X Enhanced kick up the backside. Fisher's fifth outing has never looked so good.
Once again, then, we've donned our comparison caps (not actually a thing) and gone back to have a look at how the Xbox 360 original version of Splinter Cell: Conviction looks when put side-by-side with its Xbox One X Enhanced counterpart. Yes, it looks nicer, but how much nicer? Take a look:
You can also check out our Splinter Cell: Blacklist comparison video here.
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