Tactical Intervention Launching Closed Beta at gamescom

By Josh Wirtanen
Tactical Intervention Launching Closed Beta

Tactical Intervention, the new FPS by Counter-Strike co-developer Minh "Gooseman" Le, is about to bring its action-packed gameplay to the masses with the launch of the Tactical Intervention closed beta.

Attendees of gamescom in Cologne, Germany will get the first crack at the game, starting on August 22nd. It will be available to play at publisher 384m²'s booth, numbered B020 in hall 8. And it sounds quite exciting. According to an official press release: "On stage, there will be an exciting show program no one should miss. Among other things, courageous players will get the chance to challenge the developer team of FIX Korea and win many goodies including gaming hardware in a variety of contests."

Those unable to attend can keep an eye on the official Tactical Intervention Facebook page, as beta keys should be handed out there as well.

Of course, the open beta isn't far behind, launching August 29 in Europe and after that in North America and Russia. This open beta period lasts until September 12, when the game officially goes live. Players in Asia, Australia and South American territories will have to wait a little longer, as servers are expected to go up for those areas on October 1.

Tactical Intervention runs in the Source Engine, and will be free to play.

Tactical Intervention Bringing Beta to gamescom


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