|M-160 Assault Rifle|
|Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell series information|
The M-160 Assault Rifle is a concept assault rifle that was intended to be used by UPSILON Forces in the multiplayer mode Spies vs Mercs in Splinter Cell: Double Agent. Being the primary weapon of the Mercenaries side of Spies vs Mercs, the M-160 was to be very versatile and had multiple functions to best the Mercenaries' Spy counterparts.
The M1-60 never made it into the final version, however, and is only seen in concept art for Double Agent.
The M-160 Assault Rifle is based on the FN F2000 (which was also the weapon used by Third Echelon's Splinter Cell Program SC-20K M.A.W.S.). Some of the additional features include an adjustable flashlight which can be toggle on and off, with the beam able to be adjusted based near or far targets. Another feature is a grenade launcher attachment placed on the underside of the front and a sight attachment located on the top rail with the UPSILON symbol placed on it.
- The weapon is clearly modeled after the FN F2000 outfitted with underslung EGLM grenade launcher and electronic sights (this is also a throwback of SC-20K in previous games), except for the odd "addition" of the handguard, rear sight, gas block and barrel from an unidentified AKMSU-clone.