Counter-Strike 2 has suddenly been confirmed by Valve, and it will be available sooner than you might expect.
It has been given a summer 2023 release window, as shown at the conclusion of several videos, although an exact release date has not yet been announced.
It will be a free upgrade to CS:GO. It is also accessible to some CS:GO in limited testing players today, with Valve providing additional information on how to participate in the limited test.
“Upgraded and overhauled maps,” “game-changing” smoke grenades, tick-rate-independent gameplay, and redesigned visual effects and audio are among the features that will be included in CS2. In addition, every player’s CS:GO items will carry with them to CS2.
“The largest technical leap forward in Counter-Strike’s history, ensuring new features and updates for years to come,” according to a CS2 website that appeared today. Valve provided a more in-depth look at what Counter-Strike players can anticipate in several additional videos that were made public today.
According to Valve, “have been fully rebuilt from the ground up, leveraging all of the new Source 2 tools and rendering features” for the completely reworked maps in CS2. The refreshed explosives, in the mean time, presently can cooperate with other ongoing interaction occasions, will extend to occupy spaces normally, and will respond to lightning.
Additionally, according to the announcement, “regardless of tick rate, your moving and shooting will be equally responsive, and your grenades will always land in the same way.”
All of a player’s CS:GO items will carry with them to CS2.
Although this is Valve’s first official confirmation of the existence of CS2, prominent journalist and Counter-Strike caster Richard Lewis stated earlier this month that Valve was preparing to announce the project.Topics #Counter-Strike #Global Offensive