Counter-Strike: Condition Zero uncovered

A single-player version of Counter-Strike is in the works at Valve Software.

Despite rumors that the project had been cancelled, Valve's upcoming single-player first person shooter, Counter-Strike: Condition Zero, was revealed today by Computer Gaming World. The game is actually the cover story of the magazine's July issue. According to Computer Gaming World, the game has not been cancelled and is now in development in-house at Valve. Counter-Strike: Condition Zero is based on Valve's popular Counter-Strike multiplayer mod for Half-Life.

Doug Lombardi of Valve Software added, "We are creating a stand-alone Counter-Strike game called Counter-Strike: Condition Zero. At the beginning of the project, we were working with Rogue. However, this is now an internal project. The July issue of Computer Gaming World will have more info on the game, and we will be releasing further information in the months to come."

We'll have more information about the game when it becomes available. To find out more about the popular multiplayer first-person shooter Half-Life: Counter-Strike, read our in-depth review of the game.

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