Counter-Strike co-creator's Tactical Intervention launches in Spring 2012


Counter-Strike co-creator Minh Le's Tactical Intervention is a free-to-play online multiplayer shooter. Since its 2010 announcement, there have been a few closed betas -- another is set to launch next month -- and, according to Neowin, a launch is on the horizon. It'll be in Spring 2012, courtesy of publisher Online Gaming Planet, to be exact.

Tactical Intervention isn't about strategically persuading drug addicts they need to go into rehab; it's a lot like Counter-Strike. Teams of terrorists and counter-terrorists shoot each other a bunch. Simple.

The official site has gone live, so check it out if you want to sign up for next month's closed beta.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.