Counter-Strike Co-Creator's F2P FPS Coming Spring 2012


Posted February 17, 2012 - By Adam Rosenberg



Counter-Strike co-creator Minh Le revealed Tactical Intervention a few years ago, a PC-based online multiplayer FPS that uses a free-to-play business model. Fans now have an official release window to look forward to: spring 2012. The game will be published by OGPlanet, Neowin reports, with a beta coming next month. You can sign up for that on the newly launched official website.

A teaser trailer (above) highlights the game's varied approach to online action while a press release describes some of the things you can expect to do in the tactical, team-based FPS: "Players will get behind the driver's seat, shoot hanging out of vehicle passenger windows, call in attack dogs, and even make use of tactical rappel ropes to gain the upper hand on the opposing force. They will also have to be conscious of civilians who can be taken as hostages and used as human shields."

Sounds neat. Note that to sign up for the beta you'll need to have (or create) a valid OGPlanet account.

Source: Neowin

Counter-Strike Co-Creator's F2P FPS Coming Spring 2012


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