Splinter Cell Blacklist Collectibles Locations Guide

Splinter Cell Blacklist Collectibles Locations Guide

There are 67 Splinter Cell Blacklist Collectibles that can be found by those who play the action-adventure stealth game developed and published by Ubisoft.

Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist takes place six months after the events in Splinter Cell: Conviction, where Sam Fisher, now the commander of the Fourth Echelon new special unit, must stop a group of terrorists called The Engineers that initiated an attack (The Blacklist), against the United States.

The Splinter Cell Blacklist Collectibles are divided in three categories: Dead Drop flash drives, Blacklist Laptops, and High-Value Targets (HVTs).

Their locations along with other useful hints and tips are revealed by the following guide.

Splinter Cell Blacklist Collectibles

All Splinter Cell Blacklist Collectibles are important for the fact that they reward the player with a large amount of money once collected, money that can be spent on equipment and upgrades.

Most of the missions feature these collectibles, and generally they are scattered in different places on the map.

This means that some of them aren’t available except after a certain checkpoint in the mission, which is why it’s recommended to grab them as soon as they are located.

The Dead Drops are basically flash drives that if collected, they reveal more about the Engineers’ activities; and the Intel can be viewed in the Extras menu.

Once collected, the game saves the progress automatically. Blacklist Laptops can be hacked for money and information, but players must be aware that if they are detected in certain missions, the enemies will destroy the laptop.

Since the game saves after a Blacklist Laptop is collected, it is a good idea to hack them before raising any suspicion. High-Value Targets, or HVTs, are persons of interest that appear during missions, and it is important to capture them for a large reward.

It’s not enough to stun them or put them to sleep, so players must bag & tag them for retrieval. Unlike the previous collectibles, the game saves the progress for a captured HVT only after a checkpoint or when the mission ends.

In order to find the Splinter Cell: Blacklist Collectibles faster and easier, players are advised to purchase the Level 1 Command & Control upgrade for the Paladin, as soon as they have the funds, because with this upgrade the locations of the collectables are revealed on the HUD.

Level 2 is also recommended, because it reveals the secondary objectives from further away, which is very helpful since the icon for each collectible type can be consulted on the mini-map to face the direction of that collectible.

Once a player gets all Splinter Cell: Blacklist Collectibles from any category it unlocks its corresponding achievement.

Splinter Cell Blacklist Collectibles Locations Guide
Source: play3r.net
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