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Valve has announced via press release the Arsenal game modes Arms Race and Demolition for Counter-Strike: Global campaign on. These are based on the popular Mod Gun Game. Is matched by new screenshots from the upcoming multiplayer shooter.

Posted by pandorazero on Sep 22nd, 2011

Valve has just announced that there will be two new modes in CS:GO based on the popular “Gun Game” Source mod and they’ve also released a slew of new screens:

Arsenal Mode is based on the popular Counter-Strike: Source mod Gun Game. “Arsenal: Arms Race” and “Arsenal: Demolition” add eight new maps and expand on the classic Counter-Strike gameplay.
is working directly with creators of Gun Game to create Arsenal Mode.
“We are excited that Valve reached out and is working with us to ensure
Arsenal Mode is the best version of Gun Game.”, Michael Barr project
lead of Gun Game.

View screenshots here screenshots CS:GO

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KingJones Sep 23 2011, 1:36am says:

True Enough... GunGame is Very Popular on CSS.
But What about the Zombie Mods...
Does anyone NOT see those :/ ??
Those are Quite Popular :O

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altercuca Sep 23 2011, 3:23am replied:

Yeah, Valve sees Zombie Mods's called Left 4 Dead!

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popifresh Sep 23 2011, 5:07am replied:

lol, but that's right valve already got left 4 dead, so I think that cs:go will be modded just like cs:s, so no worries. However, I still don't like the cs:go's graphics, still looks kinda left 4 dead 2 to me...

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KEVLAR60442 Sep 26 2011, 10:49pm replied:

I think Valve is going to be sticking with the Left 4 Dead style for a while. The crisp textures and the color correction keeps their games looking fresh without the need for massive engine tweaks.

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