Following the events of Splinter Cell: Conviction (2010), Third Echelon is disbanded and its remnants are reorganized into the newly formed Fourth Echelon. Sam Fisher becomes its commander. Now back in the game, Fisher and his Fourth Echelon must stop a dangerous terrorist group known as the Engineers who threaten several terrorist attacks on American soil to force the US Military to pull out of its overseas bases.
Did You Know?
First Splinter Cell game where the protagonist Sam Fisher is not voiced by Michael Ironside. Instead fellow Canuck Eric Johnson has taken over. See more
In the level "American Consumption" Sam sees a health and safety poster in the locker room. On the poster is a phone number to call to report concerns but the number only contains 9 digits, not 10. See more
Nouri is of more use to us out there than in here locked up with Kobin.
[Raising his hands
Uh, I disagree...
[the whole team turns to glare at Kobin
...You don't care. I get it. I'll shut up.