Description of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction - Deluxe Edition
Buy Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction - Deluxe Edition as a Uplay (Ubisoft Connect).
The special Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction - Deluxe Edition includes:
- 3 Exclusive Weapons
- 1 camouflage Skin
- 1 exclusive game mode: infiltration
For years, Sam Fisher has been off the grid and on his own, tracking his daughter's killer. The trail leads to the last place Sam wants to see again: Washington D.C. Now Sam must work with old friends he can no longer trust, forced to save a country that used him and threw him away.
Unless he can stand against both a vast, faceless enemy and a corrupt Third Echelon, he'll never know the truth of what happened to his daughter.
Become an enemy of the state, embroiled in a conspiracy that leads all of the way back to Capitol Hill, in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction.
Sam Fisher is back, but he's not playing the good guy any more. Gaming's most dangerous super spy has quit working for the Third Echelon, disgusted by his old department's corruption and distraught over the loss of his daughter. When he discovers her death was no accident he begins to track down those responsible...
Now that he's on his own and out for revenge there's less emphasis on stealth and more on all out action and unrestricted body counts. Environments are more interactive too, with almost any object ready to be used as a weapon. Plus you can climb onto and around almost every piece of architecture to set-up your ambushes.
Not only are the graphics better than ever but they're cleverer too - displaying mission objectives on the side of walls and using new visual aids to help keep you one step ahead of the terrorists.
Features Splinter Cell Conviction Special Edition
New man: Sam Fisher returns at last, with the biggest overhaul in Splinter Cell's history and a new, more brutal style of action.
Target acquired: New "mark and execute" feature lets you lock-on to an enemy and fire at them automatically, no matter what else you're doing.
Visual clues: In-game aids bleed the colour from the screen when you're hidden in shadows or let you know where enemies think you are with a special silhouette.
Low tech: Sam's working on his own now, so instead of a high tech optical cable to sneak looks beneath doors he has to make do with a car mirror instead.
In the sandbox: Larger, more interactive levels let you make the choice between a full frontal assault or a more stealthy surprise attack.