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Ubisoft releases Splinter Cell Blacklist Homeland DLC

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Ubisoft have announced that the Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Backlist Homeland downloadable content pack is now available for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U and Windows PC for $6.99. In this latest offering, players can complete their Splinter Cell Blacklist experience with new missions, weapons and more. The pack includes:

New Co-op Missions

* Billionaire’s Yacht Co-op map – In this story-related mission, infiltrate a rogue billionaire’s yacht the day after a decadent party in the Coral Sea solo or with a friend.

* Dead Coast Co-op map – Take out a terrorist cell in a remote part of the Middle East in single player or co-op mode.

Weapons, Gear and More

* Crossbow with sleeping gas bolts – When armed with the stealthy crossbow and sleeping gas bolts, enemies will be snoozing before they even know what hit them.

* Upper Echelon Suit – This suit offers better protection against fire power and blends into the shadows.

* 4E Eclipse Suit – This suit allows Sam to carry more gadgets and offers premium protection.

* Gold, Amber and White goggles – Mix up Sam’s iconic goggles with Gold, Amber or White lights.

* Exclusive Mercs and Spy Skin

Check out our review of Splinter Cell Blacklist here.

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