Counter-strike creator announces Tactical Intervention

Tuesday, 29th September 2009 08:42 GMT By Patrick Garratt


What did Counter-Strike creator, Minh Le, do next? He decided to make a game called Tactical Intervention, according to this IGN piece.

Minh moved to South Korea in April 2008 after Counter-Strike 2 was “shelved,” and was backed by a businessman to make the new title. The first shots are through the link.

It looks like super-speed CS with hostages.

“I wanted to make TI faster so people aren’t waiting around as much between rounds,” said Minh.

“The average round should be two minutes, maybe less, so people aren’t waiting around as much.”

Apparently Tactical Intervention will be going into beta “soon” and is likely to be released by the end of this year.



  1. Said0011

    Humm, no thank’s.

    Counter-Strike 1.6 still the best FPS.

    But :

    “Other issues that posed problems early-on in Counter-Strike are also addressed, specifically snipers, camping, and waiting. “I hated how powerful snipers were in Counter-Strike,” said Minh. “They really unbalanced the game.”

    That’s write, let’s Headshots all campers.

    #1 5 years ago
  2. No_PUDding

    They took the time spent waiting between rounds in Counter Strike, and made it up in time spent articulating syllables in Tactical Intervention.

    Count-er-strike = 3
    Tac-ti-cal-in-ter-ven-tion = 7

    #2 5 years ago
  3. Yoshi

    Theres a Counter-Strike 2??

    #3 5 years ago

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