Computer Terminals are the main location the player receives data from.

Data, in the Splinter Cell series, describes information received and collected in the player's OPSAT. This includes, but is not limited to, emails, relevant history files, maps, image files and miscellaneous information such as schematics for equipment relating to the current level.

Overview Edit

There are different types of information grouped in different subcategories within the 'data' section of the OPSAT:

Data sticks Edit

Main article: Data stick

In Splinter Cell and Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow, data sticks are portable data storage devices that hold information, mostly emails. They are removable, and for use with computers or the OPSAT. Sam Fisher can retrieve these from computers when he uses them and they can also be found in satchels. In Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory and Splinter Cell: Double Agent, computers could be accessed at a distance using the EEV, allowing the player to read and store emails via wifi connection.

Emails Edit

Main article: Email

Emails are used by individuals to send messages to other people, usually for private or personal reasons. In the Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell series, they hold valuable information and can give special intel regarding the existing level, or providing background information on the story. They can also hold miscellaneous information that may not have anything to do with the mission at hand. In the early games, namely Splinter Cell andSplinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow, data sticks contained emails, however the term 'data stick' isn't used to refer to emails for the later games. So for intent and purposes, the emails listed on this page refer to emails in Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory and Splinter Cell: Double Agent.

Case File Edit

Case Files are relevant history summaries regarding certain individuals that are confirmed to be seen or met during the mission. Case Files typically contain information about the individual including date of birth, nationality, etc. as well as detailed notes regarding important or relevant events in a person's life (i.e. summary biography of an individual). Case Files on individuals range from people of interest, to enemies and even people working with the player. The Case Files are typically authored by Third Echelon analyst Anna Grímsdóttir.

Intel Edit

Intel are important files, either recovered from the field or provided by Third Echelon, for the player. This can range from important phone conversations regarding the objective, to interrogation files important to the mission. Intel can also provide additional details regarding the political backstory to missions.

Data Transcripts Edit

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Edit

Exclusive levels Edit

Cut levels Edit

Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow Edit

Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory Edit

Coop levels Edit

Splinter Cell: Double Agent (Version 1) Edit

Splinter Cell: Double Agent (Version 2) Edit

  • Iceland
  • Ellsworth Federal Penitentiary
  • JBA Headquarters
  • New York Underground
  • Cruise Ship
  • Oil Tanker
  • Kinshasa
  • JBA Headquarters
  • Snowbound Rooftops

Coop levels Edit

  • Iceland
  • Ellsworth
  • Kinshasa
  • Tanker on the way

Trivia Edit

  • Each game had a section in the OPSAT dedicated to collected data until Splinter Cell: Conviction, where both the OPSAT, reading emails and having anything similar to the previous' game data was removed.
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