Fans of the greatest game on Steam were speculating that CS:GO Source 2 might be upgraded imminently to the same engine as Half-Life: Alyx. Well, the sequel is now available, and it includes gameplay footage. It just doesn't come from Valve.
Gabefollower, a long-standing Valve content creator, has rebuilt CS:GO in Source 2 from the ground up, using the community creation platform and spiritual successor to Garrys Mod, S&box. At the moment, the project is still in its early stages, with the first gameplay footage just showing a vertical slice that will be continually updated in the future.
In July, a Discords rich presence feature that allows players to see game statistics on their profiles, such as score, duration, and map, was used to identify that a new version of CS:GO was being developed internally. SomeValve content creators, such as YouTube's Tyler McVicker, speculated that the game would be released as an open-source project. Counter-Strike: Source 2 is a community-driven project, according to the team.
Recent Steam statistics suggest that CS:GO players have collectively been killing one another for the last 50,000 years. You may want to try something entirely different, either from our list of the finest FPS games or one that includes CS:GO.