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Best CS:GO skins and sticker combination

For each weapon, you can apply stickers. There are many stickers in CS:GO with professional teams and pro players. An even deeper aspect here is making great combinations of CS:GO skins and stickers. Lots of things matter in this process, such as color matching and understanding CS:GO history. Of course, there are no skins and […]

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Best CS:GO Skins List

Weapons in the world of CS:GO are not just tools for killing all the enemies and becoming a glorious shooter. CS:GO Guns create a nice style for gamers and often prove their powerful skills and notable achievements. This happens when players use special cosmetic features on their rifles and pistols. They are called skins, and they turn […]

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How to remove bots in CS:GO

Bots recently received a much-needed update in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, improving their aim and generally making them much scarier opponents. Despite their new and shiny look, though, they can be extremely annoying to play against—especially for new players. The bots are usually easy to kill, but regardless of what team they’re on, they tend to disrupt the game. […]

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The new version of Cache is now available in the Steam workshop

It’s time to learn how to play Cache again. The remastered version of the popular Counter-Strike: Global Offensive map de_cache, which was first seen at the ESL One New York showmatch in September, is now in the Steam workshop. It’s still unknown when Cache will return to the Active Duty map pool, but players can play it […]

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The original Half-Life just got patched for some reason

Valve released the bug-and-security fix update yesterday. Valve may or may not be working on Half-Life 3. (This guy might know, but he’s no squealer.) What it is working on, it turns out, is Half-Life. Yesterday—20 years, 10 months, and 19 days after Half-Life was released—Valve released a new update for the game that fixes a surprising number of, admittedly, very […]

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Release Notes for 10/9/2019

[ MISC ] – As an onboarding experiment, some new users will be restricted to Casual and/or Deathmatch until they reach Private Rank 2. – Fixed the XP progress bar not filling to the end when ranking up. – Improved shutdown sequence of official servers when rolling over to the latest version. [ MAPS ] […]

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Counter-Strike 1.6 update released

Valve didnt quit from good old epic CS 1.6 as we can see. On the evening of October 9, the first six-month update for Counter-Strike 1.6 came out. Changes and Additions Prevent texgamma and lightgamma and brightness cvars from affecting lighting in multiplayer Added support for player avatars in scoreboard for lower display resolutions Added […]

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Release Notes for 10/7/2019

[ DEATHMATCH ] – Players now get a Healthshot for every 3-kill streak, if they don’t already have one. [ UI ] – Added winners of all CS:GO Major Championships to the watch tab. – Fixed a UI issue where non-Prime players appeared as Prime on ‘Looking to Play’ tab. – Friendly fire warning on […]

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Release Notes for 10/2/2019

[ MAPS ] – Mirage and Cache are now available for Scrimmage Matchmaking. – Breach has been removed from Scrimmage Matchmaking. – Ruby has been removed from official game servers. [ MISC ] – The X-Ray P250 Package is now available for purchase. This package contains a single custom painted P250. – The French one-time […]

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Release Notes for 9/30/2019

[ FRANCE ] – Introducing the X-ray Scanner for users in France: — The X-ray Scanner allows users to reveal the item inside any container. — Each user’s x-ray scanner comes preloaded with a one-time exclusive non-tradable item—the P250 | X-Ray. — Users in France must first claim this item to use the x-ray scanner […]

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