Ubisoft Producer Alexandre Parizeau has confirmed the latest Splinter Cell does have multiplayer supported, but they can't dish on it until "during the summer."
DLC is "always part of our strategies" and so fans can expect some things for Sam Fisher. Once the dev team are done they can "move on" to expanding the content. It's out this Fall.
"We're going to have a multiplayer, but I can't talk about it anymore than that. It's part of the things we're going to announce during the summer," Parizeau tells in an interview.
"DLC? Yes, it's always part of our strategies. We always want to keep the content fresh, so as soon as the team is done with the game we can move on and continue expanding the experience. It's going to be part of our plans, for sure."
The producer man also reveals the inspiration for the new 'Mark and Execute' moves where players can queue up actions and let Fisher unleash a hail of shots.
"The "Mark and Execute" really was all about ... put it this way, you've seen Jack Bauer peak into a door, right?" No further explanation needed Parizeau, you've just sold have the world.
See the E3 trailer below for a glimpse at what Sam Fisher is up to now.
Ubi: Splinter Cell Conviction has multiplayer, "can't talk about it" yet
10 June 2009 | By Simon Priest