Wii U (and other platform) pre-orders for Splinter Cell: Blacklist
are alive and kicking on Amazon
, along with some fresh information about those "enhanced gameplay features
" Nintendo promised earlier this month.
The WiiPad will display Sam Fisher's OpSat, "allowing the player to operate gadgets such as tri-rotor drones, sticky cam and much more through touch- and motion-based inputs," the Wii U descriptions read. The WiiPad lets players mark and execute enemies, switch weapons and pick gadgets, and displays worldwide stats and friends' progress reports. The Wii U is not a part of the Collector's Edition
package available for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.Splinter Cell: Blacklist
comes out on August 20 for all platforms.