Counter-Strike co-creator Minh "Gooseman" Le's Tactical Intervention launches next month in the US

Still after a publisher for Europe.

Tactical Intervention, the free-to-play first-person shooter from Counter-Strike co-creator Minh "Gooseman" Le, launches on 28th March.

That's for North America. Gooseman is hopeful of finding a European publisher shortly after the game's US launch.

Le has been working with FIX Korea on the game for some time now following his departure from Valve. Tactical Intervention contains features he's been banging on about for years, apparently, including being able to shoot while hanging out of a vehicle.

You can call in attack dogs, too, and use rappel ropes. Oh, and you can take civilians as hostages and use them as human shields, if you're a git.

The game enters open beta on 14th March, but there's a closed beta test planned for 4th March. More on the website.

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