After a short closed beta that felt much more like a closed alpha, Tactical Intervention has launched into open beta. The shooter which was developed by one of the original Counter Strike developers, hosted a limited closed beta earlier this month and will now host a public open beta for everyone in North America till the 25th.
My experience within the closed beta had fleeting moments of good fun, but it was overall marred by the abundance of bugs present in the game. There was a good variety of mechanics, but their implementation was poorly executed and the move into open beta seems rushed. If OGPlanet can focus on working the kinks out of Tactical Intervention it could actually be a fairly entertaining title with similarities to the Rainbow 6 franchise. Plus you can shoot propane tanks and watch them fly across the room. That never gets old.
After the open beta comes to a close, OGPlanet will shutdown the servers till the 28th (When the game officially launches). If you’re interested in trying the tactical FPS out you can do so by following the link here.