Tactical Intervention is free-to-play now on Steam, first paid DLC drops

Friday, 30th August 2013 10:25 GMT By Dave Cook

Tactical Intervention is the new shooter from Counter-Strike creator Minh “Gooseman” Le, and it’s out now on Steam as a free-to-play release.

There’s a trailer and screens over on the game’s Steam hub, showing off lots of gunplay, squad tactics and insane car chases.

It’s a spiritual successor to Counter-Strike and it sees players entering the fight as either a terrorist or counter-terrorist across a wide range of maps.

While free-to-play, Tactical Intervention does include some paid DLC that is available now. The Terrorist Starter Pack costs £11.99 and includes the following permanent items:

  • A unique Bulldog pet
  • AK-47 Assault Rifle
  • UZI Para SMG
  • Flak Helmet
  • Sphinx Pistol
  • XTrainer Shoes
  • Midnight I Holster
  • The Bomber Character Model

The Counter-Terrorist Starter Pack is also £11.99 and includes:

  • A unique Siberian Husky pet
  • P90 TR SMG
  • M4 Kitty Assault Rifle
  • DEVGRU Helmet
  • P250 Pistol
  • Assault II Boots
  • Ergo I Holster
  • The DEVGRU Character Model

Lastly, the Quick-Fire Pack is £4.99 and includes:

  • P2000 Pistol with Silencer only available in this pack
  • MP-5/Navy SMG
  • K1A Assault Rifle

Let us know if you check the game out.



  1. Aullah

    So this is the game I was thinking about yesterday (the new cs), and not the other one.
    Please tell me you can get all item by playing and not paying.

    #1 1 year ago
  2. Kabby

    The title of this game is terrible.

    #2 1 year ago
  3. Dave Cook

    @2 How come? They’re intervening in terrorist operations using tactics.

    Tactical Intervention.

    #3 1 year ago
  4. Djoenz

    That made me laugh my ass off bro.

    #4 1 year ago
  5. Dave Cook

    @4 ;)

    #5 1 year ago
  6. DSB

    The game itself is a lot worse than the title suggests though.

    I was expecting some kind of gimmicky Counter-Strike, but it’s just a truly bad shooter.

    #6 1 year ago

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