Counter-Strike 2 is now available on Steam

The long-awaited sequel to the popular first-person shooter game is finally here.

Counter-Strike 2, the long-awaited sequel to the popular first-person shooter game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, is now available for download on Steam. The new game, which is built on Valve’s modern Source 2 engine, promises to deliver a more realistic, immersive, and competitive experience for players of all skill levels.

Counter-Strike 2 replaces CS:GO on Steam, meaning that players who already own the previous game can upgrade to the new one. All the items and skins that players have collected in CS:GO will also carry over to the new game, with improved graphics and effects. The new game also features a revamped user interface, a new matchmaking system, and a reduced number of rounds from 30 to 24.

One of the most noticeable changes in Counter-Strike 2 is the way smoke grenades work. Unlike in CS:GO, where smoke was just a visual barrier, here, smoke is a dynamic and interactive element that can react to bullets, explosions, and other factors. This adds a new layer of strategy and creativity to the game, as players can use smoke grenades in different ways to gain an advantage or surprise their enemies.

Another major improvement in Counter-Strike 2 is the sub-tick update, which makes the game more responsive and fair. According to Valve, this means that “tick rate no longer matters for moving, shooting, or throwing” and any action will be near-instantaneous when you perform it. This should eliminate the frustration of lag and latency issues, and create a more level playing field for all players.

Counter-Strike 2 also features updated versions of the classic maps, such as Dust 2, Mirage, Inferno, and Overpass. The maps have been rebuilt from the ground up, with more details, textures, and lighting effects.

Apart from the game’s availability, Valve also announced that the first Counter-Strike 2 Major will take place in 2024 in Copenhagen, Denmark, with a prize pool of $1.25 million.

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