These are confusing times for game releases, as an era of kickstarts and paid early access can make it difficult to pin down exactly when a game is officially out. Case in point, 1337 games sends word that closed beta testing of Tactical Intervention (which they seem to have stopped writing in all caps) begins on August 22nd, approximately three months after their announcement that the new shooter from Counter-Strike co-creator Minh "Gooseman" Le was live. This seems to relate to Steam as it mentions the Steam release announced for next month, saying the game will enter open beta on August 29th, in spite of already having an open beta in mid-May. The Tactical Intervention website is now counting down the days until the new closed beta on the 22nd, and they cap off the confusion saying the game will go live on September 12th with servers for Asia, Australia, and South America to launch on October 1st. In conjunction with all this, the game will be shown off at Gamescom in Cologne next month. Those interested in all this should keep an eye on their the game's Facebook page where they will be handing out beta keys and will be raffling off gaming gear soon.
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