Tactical Intervention creeps into open beta

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Tactical Intervention creeps into open beta
Tactical Intervention creeps into open beta
If you've been clamoring for an opportunity to play Tactical Intervention, now's your chance. The shooter, designed by Counter-Strike co-developer Minh "Gooseman" Le, has just entered open beta testing, which should be great news for anyone who missed their chance at scoring one of the 6,000 closed beta keys we gave away in March.

Accessing the open beta is as simple as finding the game client within the Steam store and downloading the gratis 4.1GB file. Tactical Intervention makes its official debut on September 12 as a free-to-play game, so pulling down the game's open beta incarnation won't save you any cash, but should save you the hassle of having to pull down the client later.

Alongside the open beta announcement, publisher 1337 Games has also revealed two new maps slated to appear in the final version of Tactical Intervention, dubbed "Monaco" and "Airport." These scenarios will not be present in the open beta as the development team is still adding the final touches to the locations, but 1337 Games promises that they will deliver "new gameplay and surprises."
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No Key Required: Tactical Intervention Open to All
- 1337 Games launches open beta and announces two new maps -

Berlin, 30th August 2013: The demand for a key for the closed Beta of Tactical Intervention was enormous: All accesses given out on the official Facebook page and on various partner sites were taken within a few minutes. The gaming stations at gamescom were operating at full capacity and the demand for beta keys there was also very high.

Open Beta Start
The time has come: now everybody has the opportunity to test the new FPS by Counter-Strike co-developer Minh "Gooseman" Le in an open beta on Steam. On various maps, players await an action-packed tactical shooter, which is characterized by team play, different game modes, and many strategic elements. To participate in the open beta, players can install Tactical Intervention easily via the Steam website or by using the search function of their Steam client and can start downloading the game at once.

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Titel: Monaco - Beschreibung: Monaco
Titel: Airport - Beschreibung: Airport

When the games launches on 12th September, eleven different maps will be available and many others are on their way to being ready. With the never-before-seen Airport and Monaco - 1337 Games is preparing to introduce two brand new maps into the roster. Developers of FIX Korea are currently giving the finishing touches to these two scenarios that not only look great, but will bring new gameplay and surprises. Furthermore, players can expect regular content updates for Tactical Intervention: from release on, the online shooter is constantly expanding with new maps, weapons and equipment.

The most recent news about the game is available on the official website www.tactical-intervention.com/ and on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/tacticalintervention.

Tactical Intervention is officially released on 12th September as a free-to-play title on Steam. Servers are available at launch for Europe, North America and Russia, with servers in Asia, Australia and South America set for release on the 1st October.
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