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It’s that magic time where spring prepares to give way to summer; a time for fun in the sun, vacations, friends, and of course… a brand new operation for CSGO! New modes, campaigns, and bragging rights await you… welcome to Operation Bloodhound.
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The Global Offensive is ever changing, and with new conflicts comes new places to do battle… which you’ll get to experience FOR FREE.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) will expand upon the team-based action gameplay that it pioneered when it was launched 12 years ago.
CS: GO features new maps, characters, and weapons and delivers updated versions of the classic CS content (de_dust, etc.). In addition, CS: GO will introduce new gameplay modes, matchmaking, leader boards, and more.
"Counter-Strike took the gaming industry by surprise when the unlikely MOD became the most played online PC action game in the world almost immediately after its release in August 1999," said Doug Lombardi at Valve. "For the past 12 years, it has continued to be one of the most-played games in the world, headline competitive gaming tournaments and selling over 25 million units worldwide across the franchise. CS: GO promises to expand on CS' award-winning gameplay and deliver it to gamers on the PC as well as the next gen consoles and the Mac."
I have around 900 hours in this game and it just doesn't get old. The gameplay is very strategic and requires every action to be thought out. There's a nice learning curve but you can easily get ranked average/above average just by watching youtube videos, specializing in one to two maps, and practicing on your own spare time. It is highly recommended to play with friends. Aside from the tactical shooter aspects, there area also very smaller sub-communities within this game. The community servers provide places for surfing, bunny-hopping, zombie survival, 1v1s, battle royale, and much more. Just remember that, when playing competitive, stay positive, mute the toxic people, and enjoy yourself.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is a strategic, and competitive game, with an insane marketplace, and in-game economy that builds from it's players. It requires the team to work together in-order to get the win, and of course, knowledge of the maps, and properly developed strategies in order to go against the enemy team and secure the win. You'd think it's just that, right? Wrong. This game requires insane amounts of research, and memory, precision, and skill. To be able to control recoil to perfection, to knowing smokes, and grenade spots for each of its types. Making maneuvers in order to outsmart enemies, or maybe just trick them, and deceive them. Of course - you can get help for all of this online, YouTube and such, or learn it yourself as you gain hours progressively.
I have about 1700h in counter strike global offensive and I'm not bored so far. This game is for a players that have a lot of free time to spend on gaming. You need to spend a lot of time to start enjoying this game and to get to know "game environment". So of course people who are easily getting angry shouldn't even start to think about buying this game. I think that casual players should focus on titles like battlefield or call of duty.
Counter Strike: Global Offensive is one of the best fps currently on PC due to the ever-growing number of new people. The game is constantly updated, new skins are added, refreshed and better balanced maps, new animations, new sounds and interesting challenges and events. With opponents we will face both new and old maps from the previous Counter Strike games. For use we have the opportunity to play matchmaking, deathmatches and more game modes. We use weapons of known weapons like Kalashnikov or M4, but we also have new equipment such as cockroaches and stun guns. The game is commendable due to continuous updates, nice community and friendly gameplay.
Counter Strike Global Offensive is easily one of the best multiplayer first person shooter games out there. This game has a bunch of different game modes such as Deathmatch, Arms Race, Demolition, Hostage Rescue, Casual and Competitive. There is also a server browser and custom maps. In the Deathmatch game mode you have no respawn time and can buy any gun in the game for free. I enjoy playing Deathmatch but its also really useful for learning the maps, guns and sounds of the game. Arms Race is a lot of fun. Every time you get two kills you get a new gun until someone wins by getting a kill with the final weapon. You respawn instantly in this mode. The Casual and Competitive game modes are pretty much the same. In this mode your goal is to either plant or stop the bomb from being detonated depending on which team you're on. You have to buy your guns with in game money which is earned by doing objectives, winning or losing the round although you do get more for winning a round. If you die in this game mode then you're dead until the next round which is punishing to new players. Demolition is played on a small map and has the same mission objective as the Casual or Competitive game modes but like Arms Race you don't buy guns in this game mode because if you manage to get a kill then your gun will be upgraded the next round. I'm not sure if Demolition is played often because I've tried finding a game of it recently only to end up in a server full of bots. If you play on any matchmaking mode and there isn't enough players in the server then there will be bots in the game. I like that there is always something to shoot at but sometimes these bots will go crazy and instantly kill you or move in very unpredictable ways. I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys shooting things but be aware that this games community has some of the rudest players at times.
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