Splinter Cell: Blacklist - E3 2013 Stealth Gameplay

E3 2013 gameplay of some of the strategies you can use for stealth kills in Splinter Cell: Blacklist.

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porzche
porzche

i love  splinter cell games ^_^

quakke
quakke

You have gained my attention back. This does look like a great stealth game.

It's good if you can pull this off because that way you show every other game it is possible to feed hardcore gamers while feeding casuals at the same time. Blacklist having stealth gameplay and action.. it's a win/win.

videogamer008
videogamer008

TONS of respect towards you guys:  i pre ordered this when it was first announced because i LOVE all of the Splinter Cell games and this one looks awesome as always as the previous Splinter Cell games.  hey, i don't want to disrespect but you know where you can lead off next in the next Splinter Cell..... it just might work but have you ever thought about putting Sam Fischer in Vegas dealing with an operation gone wrong...

Hiddai
Hiddai

It's not stealth he K.O 2 of them...

dbzrulez77
dbzrulez77

can not wait for this game. Sam is the bomb

nightmarecast
nightmarecast

The lights have always been for the player to identify Sam in dark areas without always having to cruise around in black and white or green screen mode (ie, Night Vision). This has been explained a good number of times by Ubisoft.

orangepeel1972
orangepeel1972

How you supposed to go stealth when your covered in green lights?

KenTWOu
KenTWOu

@Hiddai You're talking about ghosting. While two KOs without alerts is still stealth.

jprspecops
jprspecops

@kareem306 @orangepeel1972 They are completely infrared and are on an isolated visibility frequency, explaining why the enemies don't notice the green lights on Sam's suit.