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Tactical Intervention stealths into open beta form

Tactical Intervention, from the mind of the co-developer of Counter-Strike, shifts into open beta
| Gaming News | Posted: Aug 31, 2013 7:35 am

If you haven't heard of Tactical Intervention yet, you may have heard of the developer's other game that he co-developed: Counter-Strike. Ring any bells? Yeah, thought so. Well, Tactical Intervention has just smashed into open beta.




This means you can get into the game and start playing now, with the client found in the Steam store weighing in at 4.1GB. Tactical Intervention will be fully released on September 12, best of all, as a free-to-play title. Grabbing TI now will be beneficial in the way that you won't have to download the entire client once it hits the full version.


Publisher 1337 Games has also revealed that two new maps will appear in the final version of the game, the first "Monaco" and the second "Airport."


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