Tactical Intervention Revealed [Updated]

There's a Tactical Intervention Preview on IGN revealing the next project from Minh "Gooseman" Le, co-creator of the original Counter-Strike. The article fills us in on Gooseman's recent history, including his time with Valve working on Counter-Strike 2, which ultimately did not work out, him living in his parent's basement for a while to reduce overhead as he worked on his next game, and the South Korean investor who helped push the project into high gear. They also profile Tactical Intervention, his new game, describing a shooter that shares some gameplay elements (and a graphics engine) with the original Counter-Strike, as well as the elements that address some of the problems with CS, specifically described as "snipers, camping, and waiting." As for Minh, he says: "It's very much a what have you done for me lately attitude now," he says. "And I haven't done anything for a while." This will change soon, as Tactical Intervention will soon enter beta, and is said to be "likely to be released by the end of this year." Update: It's been pointed out that while the article says "On the surface the new game very much resembles Counter-Strike in appearance; both games run off the same engine so the graphics haven't progressed much," the screenshots look like they use the Source engine, which is the engine for Counter-Strike: Source, not the original Counter-Strike.