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CS: GO – Cache remake map release date revealed
Counter Strike: Global Offensive is never out of business. With their loyal community, CS: GO still comes in one of the top shooters in today’s gaming scenario. And for the community, one of the most loved maps of all times – Cache’s getting a remake and we finally have a release date on that map’s release!
In March, 2019 Cache was replaced by Vertigo in the CS: GO competitive map pool. Even with the lot of controversies around the decision, Vertigo was never replaced back with Cache. Players have been waiting for the re-release of the map to see the new design one of the most loved maps of Counter Strike.
The Cache map was announced and shown at the ESL One New York 2019 event, where the new map was made public and the re-works were shown to the players. After the grand-final at the event, it was confirmed that the new Cache map will be released on October 10.
The map will enter into the competitive play pool back after some testing. It should be noted that we haven’t got any confirmation as to which map will be taken out in order to include Cache.
The creators of this re-designed map also had a small chat about the making of the new map with ESL. They discussed about the whole process of designing the map again and how much it has been tweaked since it was taken down of the competitive map pool. Listen for yourself what the creators had to say here –
Also, the map comes in with the removal of s1mple graffiti which was included after his AWP play from the ESL One Cologne 2016. The new map has some tweaks in the visuals and the overall look of the map.
The new map will be dropped on October 10. You can test the re-designed map for yourself.
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