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It's not a common occurrence that Valve takes action against mods to its games, but that's exactly what's happening with Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. In fact, they're basically whipping out the ban hammer for folks who create servers that allow players to use custom skins for their various weapons.
Most people might ask, “Why haven’t schools thought of it sooner?” A high school in Norway is embracing the new age of entertainment and has included a three-year course in their curriculum that centers around playing competitive online games like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and League of Legends.
Valve has updated Counter-Strike: Global Offensive with a brand new revolver, a series of Christmas themed weapon skins and a brand new killcam. But don't worry, the killcam is only available in the casual modes. They aren't going to break the sensitive balance of competitive play like that.
Valve is always coming up with new ways to keep players protected and safe when engaging in online activities with various games available on Steam. In the case of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive they will have a new holding period for items when players attempt to make trades.
Valve has made some pretty big changes to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. They've completely retooled the game's skeletal system and upgraded the hitboxes to better accurately represent the player states.
Honor in competitive shooter games is not a common thing. Usually if a cheater comes in and starts wrecking the game like a third wheel in a marriage, the team with the cheater just lets it slide. Well, one team member did not let the cheater do his own thing and instead trolled him the entire match.
A cool new video has emerged from creative Youtube outlet Andrewmfilms, featuring a collection of scenarios from popular video games all realized in the form of LEGOs. If you're having a hard time wrapping your head around that concept, just check out the video and be amazed.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has received a major update called Operation Bloodhound. This update brings both free and paid features to the PC/Mac/Linux shooter.
After lots of complaints, a few gifs and some video footage later, Valve has decided to fix the hitboxes in Coutner-Strike: Global Offensive. When will they be fixed? No one knows. How long will it take? Well, it'll be on Valve's time.
A glitch that has been taking Counter-Strike: Global Offensive by storm has been fixed. After receiving some complaints about a bird exploit in the de_train bombsite map, Valve hopped to it and fixed the exploit.
The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive development team is currently working on two more maps. The new additions are a remake of the classic map "Cobble" (a.k.a. de_cbble) as well as a new arena called "Overpass."
Valve has released a new set of community maps for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Purchasing the Operation Bravo Pass gives you access to these eight maps on official dedicated servers.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players have a new weapon at their disposal: the ban hammer. The new Overwatch feature allows the player base to punish troublemakers in the multiplayer shooter's PC version.
The official Counter-Strike: Global Offensive website has been updated with another video from a professional gamer. In this latest video, AZK of Team Dynamics shares some of his wisdom.
Valve thinks you're terrible at Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Yes, you. Is that how you think you're supposed to hold a Desert Eagle? What are you doing with that smoke gren - you know what, it's not important. Just listen up.