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Despite the title, players in Tactical Ops: Assault on Terror can join either a Special Forces elite team to combat terrorism or become a member of the terrorist cell intent on wreaking havoc and destruction. Mission goals for Special Forces include saving hostages, killing terrorists, disarming bombs, protecting secrets, leading escapes, and more, while the terrorists usually have opposing goals like stealing prototypes, planting bombs, sabotage, infiltration and so forth. A single-player campaign offers players a chance to gain experience before joining teams online via a LAN or the Internet.
Tactical Ops: Assault on Terror ships with 33 maps offering diverse locations around the world such as mountains, train stations, the Antarctica, and remote locales with many more consumer designed mods available via download at the official site. Combatants can use money earned by winning scenarios (losers receive less) to purchase upgrades and new weapons, equipment and accessories. In addition to an arsenal containing 22 types of weapons ranging from knives and pistols to sniper rifles and automatic machine guns, players can purchase grenades (smoke, high explosive, concussion and flashbangs) and C-4.
Customization features include automatic reloading, hiding crosshairs, display options, suppressing messages and changing the transparency of the HUD. The Head Up Display provides information on the time of the round, clips and shots remaining in the active weapon, health (armor and protection), and a hint bar. Tactical Ops: Assault on Terror was designed utilizing the Unreal game engine. ~ Michael L. House, All Game Guide