At one point you will see something but I can't say more than that.
Sam Fisher, known to video game geekdom as the commander and head field operative of Fourth Echelon in Ubisoft's 2002 hit shooter "Splinter Cell", is set to join "Rainbow Six Siege" as the game's latest operator known as "Zero". However, the iconic assassin's comeback won't be in the form of a new game in the series, but rather a crossover in an upcoming Rainbow Six: Siege patch.
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A new trailer was released and Fisher features in the Operation Shadow Legacy update as Specialist Zero.
Back in June, leaked gameplay for Fisher and Operation Shadow Legacy showed off his gadget.
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In terms of what Fisher can actually do, he'll be an attacker. Having a bolt stuck through your head tends to kill, after all. The former is clearly an indication that "Scout" is associated with Fisher's former employee, Third Echelon and pointed to the fact that the protagonist is well on his way to "Rainbow Six". The potential to survey an area and harass your foes is always welcomed. Hopefully in the next couple of years, we'll see Sam Fisher take on a starring role in his own game once again. As he's coming in as the first member of the Rainbow Operational Staff (ROS), I'm curious and cautious of the changes he'll bring to our organization.
While we have not gotten an effective Splinter Cell game since 2013's Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Fisher has appeared in other games like Ghost Recon Breakpoint.
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