Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell is a critically acclaimed, multiple-award winning stealth action video game. NSA Agent Sam Fisher (voiced by Michael Ironside) is the main protagonist in the game. He returns from a long break to investigate the murder of the Georgian president and stop a nuclear attack against the United States.
The Splinter Cell franchise was promoted and endorsed (but not created) by writer Tom Clancy. The game was released in 2002 for the PC, Mac, Xbox, PS2 and GameCube.
The following weapons appear in the video game Splinter Cell:
Fabrique Nationale Five-seveN
The FN Five-seveN appears as Sam Fisher's sidearm. Probably due to trademark issues, Ubisoft changed the name to "5.7mm SC Pistol". Holds 20 rounds and is always suppressed.
Fabrique Nationale F2000 with GL-1
The first (known) appearance of the FN F2000 was in this video game. To avoid the copyright violation, the developers changed its name to SC-20K, rather curiously pronounced as "SC-2000" despite that it would literally read as "SC-20000." It always appears with a non-detachable suppressor. The standard 1.6X red dot scope is upgraded to provide better zooming ability.
The GL-1 functions as a 303 Less Lethal Launcher and it can be used to fire ring airfoil rounds, sticky shockers, CS grenades, diversion cameras or sticky cameras.
A little "goof" appears during the first mission in which it appears, when Lambert calls it an "F2000". The manual for the game also refers to its launcher as an F2000.
In some missions Fisher can use fragmentation grenades against the enemy guards. The grenade appears to be based on the M26 hand grenade, but it also could be fictional.
Plainclothes CIA intelligence officers at the CIA headquarters can be seen using a suppressed pistol which closely resembles the Beretta 92FS. Strangely, when they fire them, they sound as if they are not suppressed at all.
The Makarov PM is used by Tbilisi policemen and guards at the Georgian Ministry of Defense building.
Heckler & Koch Mark 23 Mod 0
The Heckler & Koch Mk 23 Mod 0 is used by Grinko's Mercenaries to execute the prisoners at the abattoir.
A pistol can be seen in a cutscene which appears to be a SIG-Sauer P228. It lacks the trigger and trigger guard, which makes the identification hard, but judging by its length, it is the P228.
Česká Zbrojovka Skorpion Vzor 82
The Skorpion SA is used by Georgian and Chinese Colonels.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
The Heckler & Koch MP5A2 is used by CIA Security Protective Service officers standing guard at the CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia.
The Uzi is mainly used by Russian Mafiosos when they are destroying the evidence at the Kalinatek building.
The Norinco QBZ-95 rifle is accurately portrayed in Splinter Cell as being the standard-issue weapon of the Chinese PLA soldiers, unlike most games, which inaccurately portray them with AK-47 derivatives.
The AKS-74 is used by guards at the Goergian Ministry of Defense, Georgian soldiers and a Tbilisi policeman in a newsreel.
Izhmash AK-107 with GP-30
The M16A1 with A2 handguards can be seen in the hands of various U.S. Army soldiers in the newsreels but Sam Fisher never encounters this weapon in-game. Appears to be the same exact model used in Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield, another Ubisoft game.
The Franchi SPAS-12 is used by Georgian special forces commandos, Nikoladze's henchmen and CIA Security Protective Service officers at the CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia. The NPCs always use them in semi-automatic mode.
FPK/PSL Sniper Rifle
The FPK / PSL Sniper Rifle can be seen in the hands of the enemy snipers most notably during the abattoir mission.
A fictional turret can be found at the Weapon Testing Department of the CIA and later at the abattoir. It was probably based on the M249 Para. This particular turret is controlled by a super-smart computer and has auto-tracking ability and IFF (identification, friend or foe). Can be hacked and used against enemy guards.