Published on June 2nd, 2013 | by whatsupdog1
Splinter Cell Blacklist PC Screenshots depict Singleplayer, Multiplayer and Co-Op modes
Today we have some new screenshots from the PC version of Splinter Cell Blacklist, Ubisoft’s next iteration in the third-person stealth-action franchise featuring elite US agent Sam Fisher. The images gives us an idea as to the level of visual fidelity we can expect on the PC, including some pleasing lighting and particle effects thanks to the implementation of DirectX 11. The game also supports SLI so those who have suitable rigs should be able to run the game at maximum graphic quality at very acceptable frame rates. Splinter Cell Blacklist revolves around Sam – now the leader of the clandestine Fourth Echelon unit answerable only to the President – and his team attempting to stop a secretive organisation from its nefarious terrorist plans targeting US assets. Splinter Cell Blacklist arrives on 20 August in North America and 23 August across Europe on the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3.