After Valve announced that Counter Strike 2 will be released on March 23, 2023 and is scheduled to be released to players around the world in the summer of 2023, it will upgrade the new engine with Source 2. Take the game to the next level, with Valve highlighting upgrades. and update new features
- more realistic smoke bombs
- The Tickrate 128 system that CSGO fans have been asking for for a long time.
- Upgrade graphics, shadows and various maps.
Recently, a gamer by the name of iMarbot posted on Reddit about the data-mined game.
The latest patch reveals an overhaul on the inferno map. The big change is the Graveyard Stairs where cops players can’t hide, and site B doesn’t have a Construct entrance.
Plus it’s now a finished church, and it looks like Valve wants to show off the new engine’s lighting system.
We were especially active on Twitter this morning, which means there’s an update to CS2. Today we’re adding Casual, replacing Mirage for Nuke and Office, tweaking the audio, fixing the slow crouch bug, dealing with jumping bunnies. and many more! And now you can check the bomb. pic.twitter.com/CMjRARG1rH
— CS2 (@CounterStrike) 30 June 2023
In addition, on June 30, 2023, Valve made a big update, adding Casual and
Removed Mirage, replaced by Nuke and Office, bug fixes, and we can now view bombs. Causing social media to start talking about making bomb skins as well
Now Valve is slowly releasing different maps for us to watch one by one. and gradually fixing bugs to each part
Before letting us play before the end of this Summer, the maps may not be the last images that we will see each other. We still have to wait for a definite launch date from Valve, so those who want to play will have to wait a little longer.