Tag: CS:GO News

2021 Major Championship

CS:GO’s next Major Championship will be hosted by PGL, and will take place in Stockholm at the Ericsson Globe, October 23rd-November 7th, provided it is safe to hold live competitive events by that time. Join us in Sweden, or watch all of the matches online with the CS:GO Major’s first 4K 60fps stream! Twenty-four teams […]

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2021 Can’t Come Soon Enough

Donating weapons to a teammate in need? Today’s update includes some quality of life upgrades. 2021 Service Medal When you reach Global General (Rank 40), you’ll have the option to reset your Profile Rank and earn (or upgrade) a Service Medal. After January 1, 2021 you’ll be able to receive the new 2021 Service Medal, […]

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Introducing Operation Broken Fang

New challenges await with the all-new Retakes and the exclusive Broken Fang Premier. Play new maps across a variety of game modes and see how you measure up in the Operation Stats page. Complete weekly missions and choose from a variety of rewards including new agents, weapon collections, stickers, patches, and graffiti. Join the fight […]

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Update on Majors and Coaching

Majors When we announced the Rio Major, we were excited to bring a CS:GO Major to one of Counter-Strike’s most passionate fan bases. At the time, we couldn’t have imagined the global challenges that have limited live events throughout 2020. We’re not going to ask players and fans to risk their health in order to […]

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On the Case

Today’s update includes some networking improvements, updates to Swamp, Mutiny, and Anubis, and an all new weapon case! The Fracture Collection Introducing the Fracture Collection, featuring designs from over 17 different community artists, and including the Shattered Web Knives as rare special items!

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Swamp Thing

Today we’re introducing two community maps: Swamp and Mutiny. Check them out in Casual or Deathmatch to get your feet wet, and then jump into a Scrimmage for a full match!

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Trusted Mode

Today we’re shipping changes to CS:GO that are part of our continuing fight against cheating. CS:GO now significantly restricts the types of programs and files that can interact with the game. By default, players will launch CS:GO in Trusted mode, which will block third-party files from interacting with the game. If you would like to […]

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Interacting with CS:GO

Today we’re shipping an optional beta branch of CS:GO with changes that are part of our continuing fight against cheating. To help out, you can opt in to the beta by following the instructions here. CS:GO now significantly restricts the types of programs and files that can interact with the game. In the unlikely event […]

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All for Dust

A new music kit featuring Amon Tobin, “All for Dust,” is now available! From the producer who brought you the Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory OST, Amon Tobin lends his unique aesthetic to CS:GO… this time through tube amplifiers. Dust off this new kit, good luck and have fun!

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Enemy Spotted

Since CS:GO’s release in 2012, some of the most common feedback we’ve received has been about the challenge of spotting characters in the world. Because every map in the game features significant variety of lighting and detail, even characters designed to read well in a map might get lost when viewed from a particular angle […]

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