Tactical Intervention, from Half-Life mod co-developer and Counter-Strike creator Minh Le, will be released in August, Fix Korea studio has announced.
The shooter based on the Terrorists vs. Counter-Terrorists setting will be released globally on Steam, where it can be played for free.
According to the developers, the game will require “teamwork, strategic thinking and fast reflexes,” and players will be able to choose from dozens of “authentic weapons.”
Players can also make use of attack dogs, tactical shields, take hostages, perform a drive-by and repel down buildings if they wish.
Locations on the maps include shopping malls, industrial parks, subway stations and on the tops of skyscrapers. Depending on game mode and team selection, players must set up or defuse bombs, rescue or capture hostages or emerge from team death-match duels as winners.
The highway mission included in the game is a high-speed car chase where players will be protecting or taking out a VIP. Not not only will weapons skills be put to the test, so will driving skills as players either avoid a helicopter, or find the RPG-7 and take it out.
Tactical Intervention will be released worldwide in August.