Counter-Strike Global Offensive (CS:GO) February 24 patch update - Patches for agent skins & more
Counter-Strike is undoubtedly one of the best shooting games that are currently available on the market. The game was launched in November 2009, and since then it has been running strong. It’s upgraded version, Counter-Strike Global Offensive was released on August 21, 2012.
In the Counter-Strike game, players take the role of either Terrorists or Counter-Terrorists. The team of terrorists tries to carry an act of Terror and the team of Counter-Terrorists try to nullify their act.
Cut to now, a new patch for Counter-Strike Global Offensive has gone live and it has brought many enhancements to the game. CS:GO February 24 update has revamped the game’s UI in many aspects. A new patch system has also been added for agent skins.
The latest update has also brought visual changes to the Buy Menu. Today’s patch has also fixed the AWP crouching movement acceleration issue and now it will not spike after firing a shot. You check the complete patch notes for February 24 update down below.
Looking for a way to personalize your agent? Patches featuring a variety of classic designs can now be applied to specific locations on each character model, and you can apply more than one for each agent. You can find patches in the CS:GO Patch Pack, available now.
Choose Your Own Crosshair
Customizing your crosshair has never been easier. Head over to the settings menu, where you’ll find a variety of crosshair settings that can be tuned to your personal taste. You can share your crosshair code with others or import a code to try someone else’s.
Today’s update also includes a visual rework of the buy menu, featuring an interactive preview of your character holding weapons and equipment. Along with some slight rearranging, now you can preview the equipment you can afford with illuminated icons in the buy wheel.
New operation missions – Light Buy
Maximize your earnings. Do more with less. Play new Shattered Web Operation missions beginning Tuesday at 2:00 pm PT.
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