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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is reportedly getting a major update soon

Valve is about to launch a major update Counter-Strike: Global Offensiveaccording to a report by esports journalist Richard Lewis (through Forbes). Sources close to the situation tell Lewis that Valve could finally release a new version of the game on the company’s Source 2 engine this month.

Lewis, who broke big CS:GO stories in the past, says he mentioned that Valve has already brought in a group of professionals CS:GO players to try out the updated game at the company’s headquarters in Seattle. Migrating the game to the Source 2 engine, which is used by some of Valve’s other games, such as Dota 2 And Half-life: Alyxcan provide better performance and graphics.

That’s apparently not the only upgrade Valve has been working on. Lewis adds that the “new” CS:GO could come with an improved matchmaking system more similar to the third-party platforms for players to find and join CS:GO competitions, such as FACEIT or ESEA. Valve is also expected to increase the tap rate of the servers used by the game from 64 to 128, potentially reducing latency during online matches.

It’s hard to believe that more than 10 years after the release of CS:GO (and over 20 since the release of the original title) that Valve would release a huge update on us with little to no fanfare. But this is not the only evidence of a possible upgrade. Last week, you/DAOWAce discovered on Reddit a suspicious pair of executable files, called “csgos2.exe” and “cs2.exe”, included in recent drivers released by Nvidia.

Although it sounds like Valve is releasing a whole new game, Twitter users @gabefollower And @aquaismissing explain that this could simply mean that Valve is moving the game over to the Source 2 engine and that developers might bit lazy with the file naming. We hopefully won’t have to wait too long to see what the so-called counterattack 2 turns all around though, as Lewis says the game is “about ready to go”.

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