Ubisoft loves its government conspiracies and secret wars. I love government conspiracies and secret wars. Splinter Cell: Blacklist loves government conspiracy and secret wars. I don't really know what the point is I'm trying to get to, but it's supposed to lead into the release of this "Liquid Natural Gas Plant" demo trailer. Terrorism happens, and it's up to Sam Fisher to save the day.
What follows is five minutes of Sam Fisher almost stumbling around murdering dudes in heavy armor with his bare hands and a couple of gadgets. "Hey, look at how cool this gadget is. Now let's forget about that and kill some dudes with our bare hands," sums it up pretty well. Then he finds the target, the main engineer terrorist, and straight up ziplines straight towards the dude. Young Sam Fisher doesn't play around.
Splinter Cell: Blacklist will be released on August 20 on PC, Wii U, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It may not be wholly alike previous games in the franchise, but maybe that's not such a bad thing. Maybe maintaining respect for the stealth roots while trying to break new ground is a good thing. Of course,
Liquid Natural Gas Plant demo - Youtube