When the team-based multiplayer shooter, Tactical Intervention, launched in October, many e-sports teams added it to their line-up. In cooperation with the community, publisher 1337 Games and developer FIX Korea have been working continuously on the implementation of an optimal tournament system, which is now being called to action for the first time publicly.
Players who want to showcase their skills in a competitive environment now have the perfect opportunity. On December 21, the first tournament of the Tactical Intervention WinterClash is going to take place. The online tournament offers regular matches for players from all over Europe. Teams will face each other in bombing scenarios across a variety of maps with winners taking home cash prizes. All details about entering the tournament and the full competition rules can be found at http://www.tactical-intervention.com/ti-winterclash.
With the introduction of a quest system, Tactical Intervention will become even more varied. By completing missions players can earn badges, gear, weapons, perks and other valuable items. Assignments will vary in duration and scope: daily quests are acquired with Game Points and include smaller missions. In addition, players can also decide to take on larger quests; the objectives will be far more extensive and more difficult to master, but also promise greater rewards!
Five new Maps
As announced, FIX Korea and 1337 Games are constantly working on new maps. In addition to the already published maps Inner City, Castalla and Airport – a bombing scenario that has instantly become became one of the most popular maps – the next battlegrounds are nearly ready for release: In Milan, players must place and defuse bombs throughout gorgeous renaissance buildings, while Monaco has players swerving through midnight traffic in wild car chases.
Tactical Intervention now offers more opportunities to customize the look of the characters. The existing character models were supplemented by four additional ones with more to follow in the upcoming weeks. But that’s not all, weapons will also be receiving a facelift, with skins currently in the works for all weapons.