Counter-strike Global Offensive (CS:GO) update adds Christmas & festive elements to the game
‘Counterstrike’ is one of the best multiplayer shooting games that is available in the market. The game was launched on November 9, 2009, & its upgraded version Counter-Strike Global offensive was released on August 21, 2012.
In the game, players take the role of either Terrorists or Counter-Terrorists, where the team of Terrorists tries to carry out an act of Terror, and the team of Counter-Terrorists tries to nullify their act.
December 6 update of the game added support for client-side drawings on the Map Overview screen. It also adjusted the scoreboard headers for better alignment & readability. Th le previous update also added the client notification screen at the game start, which will display the most recent CS: GO blog post.
Well, today, a new update for the game has gone live for the game & it has added festive elements to the game. Snowing is now live on CS: GO maps & winter season has added many new elements to the game, including snowballs, festive chickens, and freeze frame holiday borders.
Two maps have also received an update. NavMesh for Office has been updated to prevent bots from getting stuck. Jungle map has also been updated, but no details regarding the change have been mentioned in the patch notes. You can check the complete patch notes for CS: GO December 10 update down below.
- It started snowing and the winter season fun begins which includes snowballs, festive chickens, and freeze frame holiday borders.
- Added 2020 Service Medal to be awarded for outstanding service and achievement starting from January 1, 2020 GMT.
- Adjusted weights on several end of match accolades.
- Removed a sound debug command.
- Updated nav mesh for Office to prevent bots sometimes getting stuck.
- Updated Jungle.
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