Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction achievements

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction

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There are a maximum of 54 Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction achievements (45 without DLC) worth 2,582 (1,250)

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Team congratz in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction

Team congratz98 (50)

Complete Deniable Ops: Insurgency on Realistic difficulty in Hunter or Infiltration game mode

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Achievement Guide for Team congratz

Master AO
455,756 (309,106)
Master AO
Achievement won on 07 Jun 10
TA Score for this game: 2,582
Posted on 13 June 10 at 19:19, Edited on 27 September 14 at 00:31
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*This achievement requires the DLC called 'Insurgency', which is played in the Deniable Ops mode.*

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The new maps are located at the bottom of the row in the maps section. You must complete all 4 maps (San Fransisco, New Orleans, Portland, Salt Lake City) on Realistic difficulty, in either Hunter or Infiltration modes. You can complete this by playing through Co-op or Solo.

You can pretty much choose between two strategies:

1) Go in balls out, throw gadgets everywhere and then spray and pray. Fun, but messy.

2) Take your time, learn the map/patrolling patterns and take people out silently.

EDIT: Credit to Leon Kowalski

Good Luck!!
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