Tag: Counter-Strike

Team Fortress 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive source code has been leaked

Looks like there’s a drip somewhere in Valve’s spigot. Source code for both Team Fortress 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has apparently been made public. The files appear to be from years ago, though that may not prevent present troublemakers from doing their thing. Some fan servers are worried enough that they’ve gone offline until they can assure that […]

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CS:GO sets yet another all-time peak player record

In the year of our lord 2020, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has once again smashed its concurrent player record. Not only that, but it’s the neither the first nor second time this year, this month even, the multiplayer tactical shooter has outdone its own player count. Courtesy of Steam Charts, the most recent data has Counter-Strike: Global Offensive superseding its previous concurrent players […]

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Counter-Strike 1.6 update released

Valve didnt quit from good old epic CS 1.6 as we can see. On the evening of October 9, the first six-month update for Counter-Strike 1.6 came out. Changes and Additions Prevent texgamma and lightgamma and brightness cvars from affecting lighting in multiplayer Added support for player avatars in scoreboard for lower display resolutions Added […]

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Dota 2 mod Polystrike will let you play Counter-Strike from a bird’s-eye view

A work of art. A timeless masterpiece. The pinnacle of level design mastery. Many things have been said about Bombsite A – but does it hold up in a new angle? Everyone knows Dust2. These days, you can play it across three separate official games, or as a thousand custom maps. You can play Dust2 […]

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PANORAMA UPDATE HITS LIVE VERSION

Valve have released a new CS:GO update which sees the Panorama UI hit the live version of the game. Users who wish to use Panorama UI are no longer required to opt into the Beta version, but they do need to add “-panorama” to the CS:GO launch options in order to play with the new […]

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CS:GO’s UI update is a needed upgrade

Currently in beta, CS:GO’s Panorama update is looking good. After teasing us for months about CS:GO eventually getting updated to use the “Panorama” interface that Dota 2 has been using since its Reborn update in June 2015, Valve has finally released a public beta of CS:GO with the new UI up and running. This was one of […]

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Panoramic View

Today we’re launching a preview of the all-new Panorama UI for CS:GO. This visual overhaul is the most substantial change to the look and feel of CS:GO since the game was released in 2012. From the Main Menu to the Scoreboard, the entire experience of interacting with the game has been updated.   We’re still […]

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CS:GO Improve your FPS and Game

This is a guide to help users who do not know any of the good console commands or launch options or who just have bad FPS Make sure you are doing all these so called “steps” one by one so you could revert back any unwanted changes. 1)  Drivers Let’s start this guide off by […]

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CS:GO Lighting and Shader Improvements

With the introduction of Operation Wildfire and the update of de_nuke, come a number of visual upgrades and features that we think mapmakers and community content creators alike will find useful and exciting. The following is an overview of these features and how they can be enabled in your own maps and content. HAMMER EDITOR […]

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MLG Columbus 2016 Qualified Teams

As you all guys know that MGL 2016 prize money was increased to $1,000,000  Now MGL Qualifying has been completed and following teams a ready to compete.   MLG Columbus 2016 will take place March 29th – April 3rd in Columbus, Ohio. MLG have also revealed the distribution of the prize pool money to the 16 […]

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