Plan Of Attack: Source - this is port of classic Counter-Strike: Source to new engine Orange box with addition new features are easily turned on and off via the advanced settings.
Also saved tickrate 100, accurate shooting and old scoreboard. Of innovations contains: Steam avatars, achievements, updated status icons in scoreboard.
By default all innovations are off. Plan Of Attack exactly repeats CS: S witch was before global upgrade (2010 year) except updated engine. Plan Of Attack: Source includes all classic maps which used in the origin CS: S with upgrades such as HDR.
Plan Of Attack: Source is free modification, it doesn't require Counter-Strike: Source in your account. For playing your need install Source SDK Base 2013 Multiplayer.
Fixed display ScoreBoard.
Fixed notification of awarding achievements.
Fixed crash dedicated server on Linux (Unable to load interface VSoundEmitter002 from soundemittersystem.so)
Fixed bug with tickrate installation on Linux.
Removed parameter -tickrate due to bug and added variable sv_tickrate.
Changed variable sv_accelerate 10 to 5.
Changed variable sv_airaccelerate 10 to 5.
Added autoupdate client ( DownloadTool ) only for Windows.
Added clantag system like in new CS:S.
Added defuse kit icon in scoreboard.
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