Watch as lead game designer for Splinter Cell: Blacklist’s co-op division, Richard Carrillo, explores the playable character’s available in the game’s co-op missions.
“We wanted to do something really interesting with Blacklist and the co-op experience,” said Carrillo, “We wanted to actually integrate it a lot closer into the main story of the game.”
Blacklist will have four different types of co-op missions, fourteen different maps and even two-player split screening. Each character adds a different “flavor” to a mission, determining how you will play through it.
The game arrives in stores on August 20, for PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U and PC.