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The first hint came yesterday when Valve employee Cliffe posted just two words: “Global Offensive” on a Steam forum speculating about the possibility of a new Counter-Strike. Shortly thereafter that the anti-cheat providers E-Sports Entertainment (ESEA) wrote “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive… More info in the morning” on its Facebook page. And that evening, Product Manager for ESL Pro Series Bastian Veiser tweeted that he’d spent the day playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive...
Valve packed along a preview of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive with it for this weekend's Pax Prime in Washington, but for all those relegated to watching the big show at home, it's also released its stat-filled teaser trailer on the net. Fast-forward past the self-congratulatory bits for a peak at the new cross-platform multiplayer features coming in the 2012 downloadable sequel...
From Day of Defeat to DotA, Valve is renowned for working closely with the mod community to bring the cream of the crop to the public spotlight – and that’s a trend it plans to continue with the upcoming release of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, which is set for an early 2012 release date for PC, Xbox Live, and the PlayStation Network. The publisher has announced that it has been working with the creators of the popular third-party mod Gun Game to bring a new game type to CD: GO to supplement the typical bomb-planting and hostage-rescuing modes. It’s called Arsenal, and it sounds absolutely splendid...
Valve has announced that the beta for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive won't be going ahead in October as originally planned. No new start date's been given for the test, which was put on hold after professional Counter-Strike players were brought in to evaluate the title ahead of its unveiling to the great unwashed (that's you)…
With all of the major announcements over the past few months it's easy to forget that Valve is working on a sequel to Counter-Strike for the PC, the Xbox 360, and the PlayStation 3. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive will bring the mostly PC-exclusive franchise to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC, and it's closer to launch than you might think. In fact, it's far enough along that Valve is planning on flipping the switch to the beta later this month, even if there's a good chance you're not going to be able to play it...
Valve is prepping Counter-Strike: Global Offensive for a summer roll-out, and for better or worse the studio this week confirmed its online shooter will not arrive with cross-platform play between PS3 and PC...
You may or may not've heard of Counter-Strike Online, the Korean-developed spinoff of Valve's legendary FPS. But hundreds of thousands of Asian players love the title, so Valve and Nexon have announced a sequel...
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