The first gameplay footage from CS:GO Source 2 has been obtained, but not from Valve

The first gameplay footage from CS:GO Source 2 has been obtained, but not from Valve ...

CS:GO Source 2 has been rumored for a while now, with fans of the biggest game on Steam anticipating the online shooter to be upgraded imminently to the same engine that powers Half-Life: Alyx. Well, CS:GO Source 2 is now a reality, and it even has gameplay footage. It just doesnt come from Valve.

Gabefollower, a long-established Valve content creator, has rebuilt CS:GO from the ground up, using the community creation platform and spiritual successor to Garrys Mod, S&box. At the moment, the project is in its early stages, with the first gameplay footage simply showing a vertical slice that will be updated continuously in the future.

In July, a feature in Discords' rich presence that allows players to see game data on their profiles such as score, duration, and map was used to determine that a new version of CS:GO was being developed internally. SomeValve content creators, such as YouTube's Tyler McVicker, suggested that the game would eventually be released as an open-source project.

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