In our Beginners Guide you will find everything you need to know to start playing the game and to improve your performance in Tactical Intervention. Click the “What is TI” button to learn the basics and figure out how to play the game. Visit the “HUD page” to learn all about your head-up display whilst the “Game Controls” page will teach you to how to move your character. If you visit the “Step-by-step” page you will be guided through different screens where you get a short description for everything you need to know.
In this mode, two teams (Counter-Terrorists and Terrorists) go head-to-head in a single winner-takes-all round. Teams compete to be the first to reach the target kill count, which is selected by the room host. There is a maximum duration for the match, which is also set by the room host. If neither team has reached the target kill count when the timer expires, the team with the most kills is declared victorious.
In this mission type, both the Counter-Terrorists and Terrorist rush to secure the hostages. The round will finish when one team has captured all of the hostages, or when every member of one team is killed. Killing hostages reduces your team's score.
In this mission type, the Terrorists are attempting to blow up either one of two key locations on the map (points A & B). The Counter-Terrorists are trying to guard these locations from the Terrorists. One Terrorist is chosen to carry the suitcase holding the bomb, this Terrorist is only allowed to use an SMG or a Pistol. While holding the bomb you cannot reload your weapon. Once at one of the bomb plant locations the Terrorist will have to drop the bomb and arm it. Counter-Terrorists aim to defend the points and eliminate the Terrorists. If the Terrorists manage to plant the bomb, the Counter Terrorists must defuse it before the timer runs out.
1. W, A, S, D - Move forward, left, right and backwards 2. Mouse 1 - Attack 3. Mouse 2 - Melee attack or Zoom in 4. R - Reload 5. 1,2,3,4 Mousewheel - Select weapon 1. Primary, 2. Secondary, 3. Knife, 4. Special Weapon 6. Mouse 3 (Click on the mousewheel) - Throw grenade or Plant the bomb 7. CTRL - Crouch 8. SHIFT - Sprint 9. SPACE - On foot: Jump / Vehicle: Handbrake 10. G - Select Grenadetype 11. F2 - Select Loadout
There are 3 types of composite Modules that require assembly in the Workbench screen before you can use them to build your robot: Chassis, Body and Weapon. Each composite Module is composed by a housing part (generally sharing a name with the Module) and an inset part. (tutorial).