Tactical Intervention, a spiritual successor to Valve’s Counter-Strike, will be debuting on Steam next month. Finally leaving beta status, the game will launch in full with all of the free-to-play trimmings that users have come to expect.

Minh Le, co-creator of Counter-Strike, left Valve to pursue his own independent studio. He was unsatisfied with the direction that Valve was taking with his creation and wanted to implement his original ideas into a different game.

Tactical Intervention was announced in 2010 and was pegged for a release last year. The developer, Fix Korea, delayed the game for more polish while allowing a public beta to commence. While reactions have been mixed across the board, a full release on Steam for free will definitely sway more people into giving the game a chance.

If nothing else, at least there are cars. That should be uproarious.

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