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CS:GO’s UI update is a needed upgrade

Currently in beta, CS:GO’s Panorama update is looking good. After teasing us for months about CS:GO eventually getting updated to use the “Panorama” interface that Dota 2 has been using since its Reborn update in June 2015, Valve has finally released a public beta of CS:GO with the new UI up and running. This was one of […]

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Panoramic View

Today we’re launching a preview of the all-new Panorama UI for CS:GO. This visual overhaul is the most substantial change to the look and feel of CS:GO since the game was released in 2012. From the Main Menu to the Scoreboard, the entire experience of interacting with the game has been updated.   We’re still […]

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Valve have released a new Steam Beta Client

The latest Steam Beta Client is out with Valve’s revamped chat interface, along with some minor UI work as well. Here’s how the new interface and settings look, which is quite a lot cleaner and it does certainly look a lot more modern that’s for sure. Steam’s chat system was probably one of the oldest […]

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TOP 10 MOST EXPENSIVE CS:GO ITEMS ON THE MARKET – APRIL 2018

MOST EXPENSIVE CS:GO ITEMS The top 10 most expensive CS:GO items currently available on the Steam market. I explored the market to find out the skins sold fairly at a high price during April 2018. In the market, there are thousands of items sold at an inaccurate cost, often in an attempt to scam the […]

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Modder Creates PUBG-Style Mode In Counter-Strike Global Offensive

Despite how different they are, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is, in some ways, the new CSGO. It’s the big Steam shooter du jour, and it’s stolen Counter-Strike’s realistic gun porn crown. But there’s one thing CSGO has CS-going for it that PUBG doesn’t: the ability to consume all other games, thanks to mods. Go 4 The Kill is modder Kinsi’s take on the idea of a battle […]

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What’s the problem with de_nuke?

One of Counter-Strike’s oldest maps has fallen out of favour with its players. Can it be saved? The long story of Counter-Strike is a series of minor but meaningful changes. Track the last few years of patches, and between hundreds of weapon skins, you see subtle but serious modifications to map layouts, recoil behavior, and […]

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Smoke Mid Every Day

Today we’re updating the Active Duty map pool; Cobblestone is out and CS:GO’s most iconic map, Dust II, is back in! The revised Active Duty pool will be featured at the FACEIT Major in London later this year. And don’t worry – if you were hoping to queue for Cobblestone, it’s still available in each […]

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Valve’s new CS:GO trading rules

Valve’s new CS:GO trading rules 120,000 people sign petition against Valve’s new CS:GO trading rules   New rules mean you’ll have to wait seven days before trading a newly-received item. Valve tinkered with Counter Strike: Global Offensive’s trading rules this week, and sections of the community are ticked off about it. Under the new rules, added […]

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A Performance Guide for CSGO. Potential FPS boost

A Performance Guide for CSGO. Potential FPS boost / more stable FPS / decrease of FPS drop/ decrease of microstuttering in game (mostly for Windows 7)   Install CSGO on SSD if possible Overall SSD does not significantly improve performance in terms of FPS (some people get as little as +5-10 fps bonus) but the […]

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de_dust2 in Far Cry Arcade

It took one day for Far Cry 5’s map-making tools to produce gold.   Far Cry Arcade’s map-making tools have already been put to good use. Mythic Counter-Strike map de_dust2 now exists in Far Cry Arcade’s competitive multiplayer map pool, an impressive recreation by user Izoolee. Have a look for yourself in the video below, […]

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