Online FPS Tactical Intervention will cease all action on 10th June after a difficult struggle to maintain an active player base. The game, developed by original Counter-Strike co-creator Minh ‘Gooseman’ Le, has been published and maintained by OGPlanet since last year, but despite positive press and beta testing, OGPlanet have decided to part ways with the game.
In a post on the Tactical Intervention website, OGPlanet said: “We are saddened to announce that due to the game’s low population and lack of community activity, we have decided to end service of Tactical Intervention here at OGPlanet. We strongly believed that Tactical Intervention would succeed with its innovations introduced to the world of First-Person-Shooters, but as we could not reach its potential in terms of player-base, OGPlanet and FIX Korea have made the decision to part ways.”
OGPlanet’s service will come to and end on 10th June. Until then the game’s small player base can enjoy all items from the game shop without the need to pay real money for them, and will also be given a full refund on any items purchased since March 28 this year.
It’s important to note that this announcement only relates to publisher OGPlanet ceasing their involvement with Tactical Intervention. Whilst this will mean the game will go offline after 10th June, there is nothing to say another publisher won’t join with FIX Korea and Minh Le to bring the game back to players at a later date.