Ubisoft's PlayStation 3 version of Splinter Cell: Double Agent will feature a pair of new maps based on new environments, a new set of co-operative challenges and a new spy character.
It's all part of Ubisoft Annecy's push to try and get people talking about the PS3 Double Agent, which - even as a day-one title - will be arriving five months later than its Xbox 360 counterpart.
"Because the solo campaign already forms a whole, we thought it was more relevant to focus on the multiplayer additional content," producer Mathieu Hector explained when we spoke to him.
You can check out the first screenshots and "spygirl" artwork elsewhere on the site. Double Agent PS3 is also expected to take advantage of the Sixaxis controller's tilt sensor.
For more on Double Agent, be sure to check out Kristan's review.
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