Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell

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Bonus missions
By BlueBeak
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell has 3 bonus missions that were downloadable for the game but are missing from the Steam release. Here's how to get them and install them.
The three missions are as follows.

Kola Cell
Third Echelon monitoring has pinpointed one of Nikoladze's remaining cells in an abandoned factory in northern Russia. Among those suspected to present is Philip Masse, the computer programmer whose algorithms empowered Nikoladze's information attacks. A sample of his code must be collected and Philip Masse must be neutralized.

Vselka Infiltration
Information collected at the Kola Facility indicates that the cell operating under the command of Colonel Alekseevich has standing orders to capture a Russian submarine manufacturing facility on the Kola Peninsula. Third Echelon monitoring reveals that the Russian nuclear submarine Vselka is currently docked at the facility. The submarine must be located & Alekseevich's remaining men must be stopped.

Vselka Submarine
Colonel Alekseevich's men have taken control of the Vselka in her berth and are attempting to acquire the warheads from several SS-N-20 sturgeon nuclear missiles. The main computers on the sub must be accessed to determine whether or not the missiles were offloaded.
Download is the link to the file

To download the file just double click 7z under download options

Special thanks to Choum for providing the archive on the Steam forums.
Navigate to your Splinter Cell directory. This is usually in C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Splinter Cell

Now copy the contents from the .7zip here
Playing the missions
From the main menu select "START GAME"

Then select your profile and press "LOAD". From there select "LEVELS"

You should see the bonus missions at the bottom of the list of levels. To play a level all you have to do is select it and play it.
One thing that might occur is Windows 10 can block files you download. Which can prevent this fix from working. To fix it, right click the 7zip file you downloaded and go to Properties.

At the bottom of the properties window it should display this warning

Click "unblock" and then press "okay" to save the file. Then try extracting the 7zip. It should work now.
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BlueBeak  [author] 21 hours ago 
I also added an extra section as a possible fix if Windows 10 blocks the 7zip file.
BlueBeak  [author] 21 hours ago 
I've also changed the link to just rather than "here" like I did before since it confused some people.
BlueBeak  [author] 21 hours ago 
I've changed from Dropbox to for file hosting. Since's file hosting will almost assuredly never go down it'll remain forever up there.

I've also shown how to download the file visually in a screenshot.
76561198031648103 Jan 19 @ 8:34am 
Great, works as expected! Thanks BlueBeak . This is a true classic is 2021 and still the people plays it.:cleanfloppy:Splinter Cell:cleanfloppy:
MUCHACHO_IN_SOMBRERO Jun 30, 2020 @ 11:20am 
why dropbox though? did not you know about google disc or smth?
DJ Professor K Jun 23, 2020 @ 11:23pm 
oh shit im retarded thanks man
BlueBeak  [author] Jun 23, 2020 @ 3:00am 
The link still works click "here" not the "" next to it. Then click the button next to "Share"
DJ Professor K Jun 23, 2020 @ 1:03am 
I know i'm a few years late to the party but the link is broken for me
never got to play the bonus missions so I'm desperate
Ghidrah1 Jun 20, 2020 @ 6:13pm 
Not sure why, but I had to install the map folders from the zip into the game's Maps folder. 1st 2 attempts to drop into game folder failed, when I looked they weren't in the maps folder.
However the sounds folder installed properly into sounds the 1st time by dropping it into the game folder.

Everything seems to be good in good shape, just played through Kola Cell no glitches.

Thanks for the help BlueBeak
Ghidrah1 Jun 20, 2020 @ 2:57pm 
"I" was confused because you typed this [quote=]Now copy the contents from the .7zip here[/quote] and in the image you provided you had maps highlighted.

I appreciate you sticking with this to help me but frankly you've been quite vague with your directions.

As I said, for those familiar with these processes it's no big deal for them, as for those of us not familiar with terminology, navigating through their PCs drives and making alterations within folders not so much.

Again thanks for the help