Tag: CS:GO

5 CS:GO Updates We Need In A New CS:GO Operation

It’s now been over a year since Operation Hydra ended. And while there’s no news of the next CS:GO operation in sight, there are some CS:GO leaks suggesting we could get one soon. But what would a new CS:GO operation entail? Here are 5 potential updates we’d love to see Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Updates We Need In […]

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Tips to improve your game and rank up to Global Elite

In a world where new Battlefield and Call of Duty games are released yearly, it’s a huge testament to the brilliance of CS:GO that the game is still going strong six years after its release.  There’s just something magical about the eternal battle between terrorists and counter-terrorists round after round. Whether you’re completing the mission objective or methodically taking […]

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CS:GO Map Callouts (Overviews)

These are the most popular call-outs for all active duty competitive maps in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Please note that we have not made all these call-outs, besides de_mirage – which we made because we had some changes to the call-outs. As soon as we have time, we will update the other call-out overviews with our […]

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CSGO Battle Royale mode may arrive soon

According to rumours being floated on Twitter, it is possible that the widely popular format of Battle Royale may soon make its way to the popular FPS game. A twitter user @Nors3, who tweets regularly about counter strike updates, shared a screenshot of the developers playing on a map called ‘mg_xl_enclave’ which, according to a […]

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How many people play CS:GO?

Lots of different aspects create a quality gaming experience, such as nice graphics, thought-out mechanics, and prospects of internal development. For Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, the number of active players is a basis of success – that’s multiplayer, baby! To jump into matchmaking fast, without unnecessary complications, we need thousands of fellow-gamers playing Counter-Strike online. This will help […]

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How Valve’s economy changes in CS:GO are going to change the meta

Last night’s CS:GO update introduced new maps and weapon and economy changes, but the adjustments to economy were the most important of them all.  At the start of every half, the loss bonus is now $1,900 instead of $1,400. The subsequent loss bonuses are now $2,400, $2,900, $3,400, and $3,900. The $500 increase across the board for […]

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CS:GO finally fix multiple threading

Recently CS:GO update release notes for 10/3/2018 make  multiple threading  fix, finally after few years of waitning on linux cs:go servers. After panorama public release we notice much better performance on windows and linux cs:go servers, several memory leaks are fixed and much optimisations are done, after long time valve devs finally find some time […]

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Make the Bureau Proud

Today’s update introduces some fresh new faces to the FBI–the characters have been updated to improve overall visual fidelity while preserving legibility. You’ll find them deployed in Nuke, Office, and Agency. There’s more! The MP5-SD is available in Competitive Matchmaking. And the new 2018 Inferno and 2018 Nuke collections are now available as rank-up drops. Jump into […]

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FREE STEAM CS:GO

If you haven’t yet played Valve’s multiplayer shooter Counter-Strike: Global Offensive then you can now jump in for free—but you’ll only be able to fight against bots and spectate games on GOTV. CS:GO Free Edition came to Steam this week, and it’ll be a good starting point for anybody that hasn’t already jumped in, giving you a flavour […]

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The MP5 returns to CS:GO

Oh THAT'S where we put that… pic.twitter.com/l3DeEouHYp — CS:GO (@csgo_dev) August 15, 2018 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive released new weapon today, or rather, an old one. The MP5, a submachinegun that has been a fixture throughout the Counter-Strike series, appears in a short video set in the map de_train in the clip above, being picked up […]

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