Fans were anticipating something huge as the tenth anniversary of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive came to an end. However, the developers are apparently working on something else.
According to CS:GO leaker Gabe Follower, the Valve developers might be working on a new feature just in time for the games' 10th anniversary on Saturday, Aug. 21.
Source 2 isn't expected to be released this month. A few days ago, Gabe Follower said that a few new maps were officially approved. He added that something significant like an operation might be scheduled this month.
I'll just provide you some real information today, right? because it's a sad onesource 2 isn't happening this month. just days ago I got a confirmation that a few new maps were officially acceptedstill, it might be a huge operation.
The CS:GO community has been waiting for the Source 2 engine for a long time. Valve has said very little about the engine, which was announced in 2015 as the replacement for the original Source engines, and everything we know so far.
Gabe Follower reported that the Valve developers have been working on a few maps with Source 2, including Overpass, Italy, and Inferno. It's believed that it might be released in October, but nothing has been confirmed yet.
The CS:GO community has been raving about the current state of the game, especially as the pro summer break approaches. On August 10, Natus Vinceres s1mple called out the devs and said he could do a better job.
s1mple said on Twitter that you should give me a few million dollars to make your game better, not only professionally, but also for gamers who rarely log in and want to enjoy the game.