Category: News

How to remove bots in CS:GO

Bots recently received a much-needed update in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, improving their aim and generally making them much scarier opponents. Despite their new and shiny look, though, they can be extremely annoying to play against—especially for new players. The bots are usually easy to kill, but regardless of what team they’re on, they tend to disrupt the game. […]

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The new version of Cache is now available in the Steam workshop

It’s time to learn how to play Cache again. The remastered version of the popular Counter-Strike: Global Offensive map de_cache, which was first seen at the ESL One New York showmatch in September, is now in the Steam workshop. It’s still unknown when Cache will return to the Active Duty map pool, but players can play it […]

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The original Half-Life just got patched for some reason

Valve released the bug-and-security fix update yesterday. Valve may or may not be working on Half-Life 3. (This guy might know, but he’s no squealer.) What it is working on, it turns out, is Half-Life. Yesterday—20 years, 10 months, and 19 days after Half-Life was released—Valve released a new update for the game that fixes a surprising number of, admittedly, very […]

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Counter-Strike 1.6 update released

Valve didnt quit from good old epic CS 1.6 as we can see. On the evening of October 9, the first six-month update for Counter-Strike 1.6 came out. Changes and Additions Prevent texgamma and lightgamma and brightness cvars from affecting lighting in multiplayer Added support for player avatars in scoreboard for lower display resolutions Added […]

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The Best Binds for CS:GO

To play Counter-Strike: Global Offensive successfully, you should develop so many different real-world skills, such as attention, accuracy, memory, spatial orientation, and communication with teammates. One of these skills is especially important – it’s a fast reaction. If players are unable to activate a command just in a split second, they can’t expect getting many victories. […]

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The next CS:GO DLC may have been leaked, and it could be co-op

Despite opposition from the likes of Overwatch, Fortnite, and Rainbow Six: Siege, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive remains one of the world’s top competitive multiplayer games – so it may be surprising to learn that the game’s next DLC expansion may include co-operative missions. This is according to various datamines and leaked data cultivated by YouTube user […]

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CS:GO Launch Options Guide 2019

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is a huge game with vast possibilities. Enthusiastic CS:GO audience have a chance to prove their talent, develop their skills, and participate in professional Esports tournaments. Even if you don’t have such ambitious plans, CS:GO may become your source of daily fun and competitive excitement. Even at the stage of making the game comfortable […]

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A modder recreated the classic Dust 2 map textures for CS:GO using artificial-intelligence

Valve’s retro version of Dust 2 just wasn’t faithful enough, it seems. The Dust 2 map may be about as iconic as Counter-Strike itself, inspiring recreations in other games, specifically a lot of iterations in Minecraft, apparently. I know this to be true because I’ve never touched a Counter-Strike game, CS:GO or otherwise, but even I know this […]

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CS:GO’s average player count just hit an all-time high

It looks like Valve’s multiplayer FPS Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has seen a big turnout of players over the last month. According to Steam Charts, it appears that yesterday the game saw a new average player count record over the previous 30 days, with the highest number posted since the game’s release. Steam Charts, a site which tracks […]

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Valve will use human moderators to stop Steam Workshop scams

According to my therapist, we all need approval. So I’m glad that the latest Valve Initiative (TM) is all about that. From now on, content uploaded to the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2 and Team Fortress 2 Steam Workshops will require Valve’s approval before being released to the public. This is to combat the “free skin” ads that plague the […]

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