Nowadays, counter strike is one of the best addicted game for many teenagers. They spending more time playing this in the computer shop and spending money to play this. From now on, there is a new update for this game that anyone can entertain and amaze to play this game more.
Today’s update includes some new sounds, the Gamma Case (featuring community designs and knives with the all-new Gamma finishes), and adjustments to the Prime Account Matchmaking beta.
In addition, we’re extending Operation Wildfire for one month so you’ve still got time to finish up your missions and upgrade your Challenge Coin.
Over the past few weeks we’ve been running tests in the Prime Account Matchmaking beta and today we’re making a couple of adjustments.
First, we’re changing the eligibility requirements. In order to qualify for an upgrade to Prime Status you still need a qualifying phone number, but you’ll also need to reach Lieutenant Rank 21. If you were previously upgraded to Prime and have lost that status, all you have to do is continue to play and earn XP.
Today we’re shipping the first in a series of planned updates to sound in CS: GO. The goal of these updates is to improve overall sound quality while addressing feedback about ear fatigue and distortion.
We’ve started with a few weapons in the Heavy category (specifically the Negev, M249, and Mag7), and will progress through the rest of the arsenal over time. Additionally, the smoke grenade sound has been reworked to ensure that it can be heard separately from other game sounds (e.g., defuse sounds).
One of the categories we were looking for was a restricted rarity AWP. This design by apёl7 wears its inspirations on its sleeve but manages to be understated making it a great fit for a restricted rarity finish. This will be apёl7’s first finish to be featured in CS: GO.
It really was a difficult task to pick the winners from such a wide variety of fantastic work. Ultimately we settled on three finishes that we felt beautifully executed a 70’s and 80’s sci-fi themed design that matched the specified rarity tier for one of the assigned weapons.
There were many great finishes generated by this contest so don’t be surprised if a few more of them end up in a future weapon case.
At recent CS: GO Major Championships, attendees had a limited opportunity to pick up collectible pins – physical pins that come with an in-game item displayable on your CS: GO profile.
If you’ve wanted to pick up a pin but never had the chance to make it to a Major, as of June 1st you can head over to WeLoveFine where the Series 1 Genuine Collectible Pins will be available for purchase.
Not interested in the physical pain and just want to display the in-game item? Check your offers for the Collectible Pins Capsule Series 1.
Heading to the upcoming Major? The Series 2 set of collectible pins will make their first appearance at ESL One Cologne 2016. Stay tuned for more details!
We’re down to the final Regional Minor Championship, where eight teams from the Americas region are battling for their share of a $50,000 prize pool and their chance to qualify for the upcoming CS: GO Major at ESL One Cologne 2016.
Join MLG as they host the Regional Minor, with playoffs beginning Friday, May 20th at 4:40pm EDT, and continuing Saturday and Sunday at 12:00pm EDT. All matches will be streamed on MLG.tv and Twitch, with the playoffs streamed live in-client for viewers in the region.
Dream hack is hosting Europe’s Regional Minor in Tours, France this weekend. Eight European teams advanced through two online qualifiers for the chance to win their share of the $50,000 prize pool and qualify for the upcoming CS: GO Major. Catch all the action streaming live on Twitch and GOTV beginning with Saturday’s Group Stage at 11:40 CEST. The best-of-three playoff games begin at 11:20 CEST on Sunday and Monday.