Use your GamePad to control drones, monitor cameras, and control the rest of Sam Fisher’s gear in the Wii U port of “Splinter Cell: Blacklist.”
The Ubisoft press release didn’t go into a ton of detail about the additions to the Wii U version of “Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist,” but you can imagine beyond the gadget controls they’ll throw in some maps/navigation features. I’m curious how it’ll affect the game’s multiplayer, though–a developer’s got to give me a good reason to be looking away from the main screen when I’m being stalked by other deadly assassins online.
“Splinter Cell: Blacklist” will be available on the Wii U on August 20 along with the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC versions.
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