Counter-Strike Creator Working On New Game

Minh Le is the co-creator of Counter-Strike, a game that even ten years on is still played by millions around the world. So when Le starts work on a new shooter, it's probably worth a look.

Having left Valve after saying nothankyou.jpg to the pressures of creating a Counter-Strike sequel, Le now has an office in South Korea, where he and a small team are working on a game called Tactical Intervention.

"I enjoyed Counter-Strike," Minh told IGN, "but I wanted to have my own game. I was never able to put in all the cool features I wanted because the people who played Counter-Strike would [complain]about all the changes. They liked the game as it is."

Don't expect something too different from Counter-Strike. After all, this is another take on a tried and tested formula, not an attempt at something brand new. So again it's terrorists vs agents, but the twists Le are adding include the presence of civilians throughout levels, and the inclusion of attack dogs, which can be used to stun opponents.

Tactical Intervention is for the PC, and should be out by the end of the year.

The Next Counter-Strike [IGN]


Comments

    Sounds a lot like tf2 but I've been playing cs for a long time and it's still fun so I'm gonna be watching this one.

    I don't know if going for "same old" is a good idea when it comes to gaming. Even though Korea is doing great with development lately, I don't think he will have quite as much funding as back at Valve, which means he won't be capturing the new generation of players since his game won't be as pretty.

    I do hope that this will actually have a more tactical feel to it rather than run and gun, but I don't think that will be happening.

    I wonder how much money Gabe will be rolling in if/when CS2 is released..

      Valve probably makes more money re-selling CS and CS:S to those who keep getting banned for cheating :P

    There was CS2, that was condition zero. Just that Valve refused to honour it a full budget title with the prevsioned campaign mode, so it ended in failure.

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