Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) will expand upon the team-based action gameplay that it pioneered when it was launched 12 years ago.

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Kisaraji
Kisaraji

seeing this make somo questions appear in my mind:
1) Wich plataforms this will be launched?
2) Ranked match-making?
3) What will be upgrated on the visuals?

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PeacefulPatriot
PeacefulPatriot

1) PC, Mac, Playstation, Xbox (Cross platform play for PC/PS3/Mac only)
2) The game will track levels and performance so Noobs won't be set up against AWP'ing pros in clans.
3)New textures, more props, Dynamic shadows from the Portal 2 engine, improved character models, reworked maps,

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XenonFORT
XenonFORT

Well this trailer is incomplete, since they forgot to put Counter-Strike Condition Zero (which is sold as a independent pack at steam, so it counts, even if the multiplayer is just the 1.6 with adaptative bot brains) and Counter-Strike Online, which was released some year ago, it's based on 1.6 but the koreans tweaked it a lot, it barely looks like Counter-Strike now.

Here is the website for those who don't trust on my word (which could happen, since it isn't really popular for occidental people, even veterans from WON CS)
Cso.iahgames.com

PD: Maybe they aren't total valve products, but deserve comment in any Counter-Strike History Trailer, in my humble op├Čnion of course

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