Tag: CS:GO

Release Notes for 10/9/2019

[ MISC ] – As an onboarding experiment, some new users will be restricted to Casual and/or Deathmatch until they reach Private Rank 2. – Fixed the XP progress bar not filling to the end when ranking up. – Improved shutdown sequence of official servers when rolling over to the latest version. [ MAPS ] […]

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Release Notes for 10/7/2019

[ DEATHMATCH ] – Players now get a Healthshot for every 3-kill streak, if they don’t already have one. [ UI ] – Added winners of all CS:GO Major Championships to the watch tab. – Fixed a UI issue where non-Prime players appeared as Prime on ‘Looking to Play’ tab. – Friendly fire warning on […]

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Release Notes for 10/2/2019

[ MAPS ] – Mirage and Cache are now available for Scrimmage Matchmaking. – Breach has been removed from Scrimmage Matchmaking. – Ruby has been removed from official game servers. [ MISC ] – The X-Ray P250 Package is now available for purchase. This package contains a single custom painted P250. – The French one-time […]

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Release Notes for 9/30/2019

[ FRANCE ] – Introducing the X-ray Scanner for users in France: — The X-ray Scanner allows users to reveal the item inside any container. — Each user’s x-ray scanner comes preloaded with a one-time exclusive non-tradable item—the P250 | X-Ray. — Users in France must first claim this item to use the x-ray scanner […]

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Release Notes for 9/25/2019

[MISC] – Berlin 2019 tournament items are no longer available for purchase. – Enabled display of overhead equipment for teammates by default. – Fixed simulated grenade trajectory preview ending one tick too soon. – Fixed water sounds to not play for simulated grenade trajectory previews. – Fixed a bug in deathmatch AI where bots wouldn’t […]

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Release Notes for 9/19/2019

[ MISC ] – New console commands for practicing grenades and perfecting grenade trajectories: — cl_grenadepreview: show a live update of the grenade’s trajectory while the pin is pulled. — cl_sim_grenade_trajectory : Freeze the trajectory of the currently equipped grenade for the specified number of seconds. Useful for studying the path of long range smokes […]

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Release Notes for 9/17/2019

[ MISC ] – Updated engraving on the Major Champions and Major Finalists trophies. – Fixed rare cases of showing an uninitialized MVP panel. – Several stability improvements. [ SDK ] – Users can now create a game authentication code allowing third-party websites and applications to access their match history. – Website and application developers […]

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Release Notes for 9/16/2019

[ MISC ] – Updated deathmatch bots with an experimental decision framework based on behavior trees. – Fixed picking up weapons embedded in playerclip brushes. – Allow fps_max setting as low as 49 for PAL 50 Hz production pipelines. – Allow Overwatch-style GOTV demo files playback using anonsuspect parameter to playdemo command. — Example command: […]

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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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