Category: News

CS:GO Insider Says That Official Version of Tuscan is in Development

One of the most loved CS 1.6 maps Tuscan might soon be making its way to CS:GO as the official version of the map is currently under development according to reports by popular Counter-Strike insider who goes by the name of Nors3 on Twitter. He said that the creator of the original 1.6 map was […]

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CS:GO Mouse Settings & Sensitivity: Guide

Do you want to get more victories in CS:GO? We will take it as a “Yes” because surely everyone wants that! So let’s figure out how to make such a dream come true. To win more, it’s expected that you should practice a lot, absorb eternal wisdom from CS:GO guides, and learn from pro players by watching […]

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Are higher tick rates affecting CSGO weapon accuracy?

A post on social media has shown what most players who have played on both 64-tick and 128-tick servers have likely already felt. Tick rates can affect weapon accuracy in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. There is a difference between how quickly CSGO’s weapons reset their accuracy values between the two types of servers. This can cause […]

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Counter-Strike: GO has swapped in a couple of player-made maps

t’s time to say goodbye to the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive maps Chlorine and Jungle, as they’ve been swapped out to make room for two new community ones. Say hello, then, to Swamp and Mutiny. The first one is pretty self-explanatory, it’s a big green swamp complete with a boat repair shop and some murky water. The second, […]

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CS:GO’s Trusted Mode anticheat system is live, but it’s causing problems

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’s new anti-cheat system has been introduced in the game’s latest update, but its rollout has been anything but smooth. Trusted Mode blocks the vast majority of external processes from interacting with the game, requiring players to close any offending programs and restart CS:GO before access will be granted. While trusted mode can be […]

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FPS in CS:GO – How Many Do You Need?

Many gamers around the world have become a bit obsessed with the FPS numbers. It’s quite understandable – the more frames per second you have while playing a game, the more beautiful and “dense” the virtual world becomes. The situation with Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is not so straightforward. On one hand, CS:GO maps look amazing with a […]

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How to quickly fix the sv_pure server bug in CSGO

The newest Counter-Strike: Global Offensive update brought an unexpected sv_pure issue for players. Included in the patch were fresh kill feed icons and updated maps. Unfortunately, some players have now found themselves unable to play a full game without getting kicked. As a result, users are unfairly receiving abandon cooldowns and suspensions. The official patch notes say: “sv_pure servers […]

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Warzone celebrating 10 years !!!

10 years is pass, so slow but yet so fast… From beginning till now we are faced with many problems, many many many thousands of hours we spend to provide these games for you for free… Yet its just beginning of a very nice fairy tales and we will continiune with this work as many […]

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Beginner’s guide to CS:GO’s economy

Counter-Strike might look like a moderately simplistic game. But once you start watching and playing more, you’ll begin to see its intricacies. It has a complex economic system that requires a good sense of mental math and critical thinking, along with the bread and butter gameplay mechanics—moving, aiming, fragging, and, of course, winning.  You have to […]

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The legacy of fy_iceworld, Counter-Strike’s divisive and hugely popular custom map

I remember playing a Counter-Strike map in 2001 called fy_iceworld. It was a small simple grey killbox of a map that virtually anyone could’ve made within the first few hours of downloading the editor tools. fy_iceworld quickly became one of the most popular and divisive CS maps at my school. I was, of course, one of the […]

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