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Counter-Strike’s creator wanted inflation in the weapons economy

Since its release, the Counter-Strike series has stuck to its winning formula and remains a staple of PC gaming. But its creator, Minh ‘Gooseman’ Le,  had plenty of ideas to shake things up that were never implemented for fear of fans’ reaction, one of which was weapon price inflation. In an interview with PC Games Insider, […]

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Pros are iffy on some of CS:GO’s latest changes

The latest update to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive makes some pretty significant changes to Valve’s esteemed old competitive shooter, but some professional players aren’t completely happy with some of what’s in the update. Most of the latest changes have met with a positive response from the CS:GO player community, such as the new way loss bonuses […]

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Prisma case CS:GO update released

With the latest update pushed by Valve to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive comes the newest case. The Prisma Case “17 community-designed weapon finishes, and the Horizon Knives in Chroma finishes as rare special items.” You can find the full list of new weapon ‚in galery. The update also brought a plethora of changes to the game […]

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Seeing the Light

After several months at a discount, players have found their way to the AUG. Now that everyone has had a chance to learn to love it, the AUG has returned to its original price tag. There’s a lot more to digest in today’s update, from changes to maps to the in-game economy, shotguns, and rifles. […]

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CS:GO Abbey Updates, Biome Updates & Danger Zone Graffiti

A new CS:GO update for March has made some map changes. There are some Abbey updates, Biome updates, as well as some updates to Wingman map Vertigo. The Danger Zone graffiti for the IEM Katowice showmatch is also now live. Here’s more on the latest CS:GO March update. CS:GO Abbey Updates Some new changes have been made […]

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CS:GO Update – Better FPS Upgrades, New Communication Settings

There’s a new CS:GO Update for March and while there’s nothing major in terms of content, it does add some useful gameplay changes. A new command line option gives players an FPS boost. There are also new options in the settings which allow you to mute enemies, block avatars, and censor player names. Here’s more […]

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Ryzen laptops run Fortnite and CS:GO over 20% faster with AMD’s new drivers

There’s some good news for those who have laptops with Ryzen Mobile processors and integrated Vega graphics, because AMD has released new official drivers which now support these chips, bringing impressive performance gains across various games. The backstory here is that ever since AMD launched these Ryzen Mobile CPUs (or APUs as the firm prefers to call […]

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Has Counter-Strike: Global Offensive been improved by its updates?

Excuse me while I come to terms with the fact that I’ve been playing de_dust2 for 18 years. If my playing Dust2 was a person, I realise, it could legally drink, vote, and join the army in the UK. My playing Dust2 could have its university picked out, could be settling into a career path. […]

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CS:GO Dev has pushed another update for CS:GO which fixes two infamous issues in the game

CS:GO Dev has pushed another update for CS:GO which fixes two infamous issues in the game and has added support to display correct picks for Katowice 2019 Major after the Challengers Stage is finished. [MISC] Smokes that visibly fade off the ground now allow fire to spread under them without getting extinguished. Fixed a rare […]

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New CS:GO Updates Coming – Panorama UI Update, Lite Mode?

CS:GO leaks show that there are some new CS:GO updates coming. It looks like there’ll be a Panorama UI update featuring a Lite Mode. This should give CS:GO a performance boost, meaning those on lower-end PCs will be able to run it better. Leaks also suggest there will be some new Menu buttons, maybe to […]

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