Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Splinter Cell: Double Agent are now playable on Xbox One through the console’s backwards compatibility program.
Relive Splinter Cell Blacklist & Double Agent on Xbox One via Backward Compatibility today! pic.twitter.com/Mm9y7JpKIJ
— Ubisoft (@Ubisoft) July 31, 2018
Ben Reeves gave Splinter Cell: Blacklist a 9/10 when it released in 2013, saying the game “gives you the flexibly to be the kind of think-on-his-feet spy that Jason Bourne would idolize.”
These solid stealth games are a step up from last month’s addition of Sensible World Of Soccer, GRID Autosport, and Fable Heroes. Today is also the last day to get Splinter Cell: Conviction free through Games With Gold.
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Two Splinter Cell Games Join Xbox One Backward Compatibility