Minh Le, co-creator of Valve's Counter-Strike, has just released a new team-based first-person shooter, Tactical Intervention.

Developed by Le and FIX Korea, Tactical Intervention is an FPS that pits terrorists against counter-terrorists in both ground and vehicular combat. Powered by OGPlanet, there are straight deathmatch options, as well as mission-based modes to play. The game also features dynamic environments, with everyday citizens and object to interact with, which will all change the way the game is played round after round.

"We're thrilled to finally release our game that we've been working on for far too long. T.I. gave me the freedom to implement some features into an FPS that I've always wanted to do, so I'm excited to see the gaming community check it out," Le said in a statement. "We look forward to seeing Tactical Intervention grow in the coming years and have plans for continually improving the game experience in the form of new content and improvements to gameplay - and guns, lots of guns."

The game is available to play now at Tactical-Intervention.com for free.