Counter-Strike: GO's Latest Update Changes Dust 2 In A Big Way

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is an eSports pillar, and as such, players get used to how things are after a while. One of those many lessons learned is that going over to B site from CT Spawn on Dust 2 almost always meant taking some damage from T Spawn thanks to a nearly perfect line-of-sight. However, that era of CS:GO is now over, as the game's latest update has introduced some significant changes to the game, including a rework of its most popular map.On Twitter, CS:GO's developers showed off a brief look at some of the changes that are coming to Dust 2. You can find the video down below.We're adding new maps during the Operation and updating Ancient and Dust2. Here's a sneak peek at Dust2 changes: pic.twitter.com/2nCfoFktYi — CS:GO (@CSGO) September 22, 2021That's right; visibility from Dust 2's Terrorist spawn has seemingly been dramatically reduced, a change that shifts the entire balance of the map. The Counter-Terrorist team should now be able to rotate over to B site at the start of a map without worrying about getting headshot five seconds into a match. It's a massive change to one of Counter-Strike's most iconic maps and should change the way every round there starts out.Continue Reading at GameSpot

Counter-Strike: GO's Latest Update Changes Dust 2 In A Big Way

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is an eSports pillar, and as such, players get used to how things are after a while. One of those many lessons learned is that going over to B site from CT Spawn on Dust 2 almost always meant taking some damage from T Spawn thanks to a nearly perfect line-of-sight. However, that era of CS:GO is now over, as the game's latest update has introduced some significant changes to the game, including a rework of its most popular map.

On Twitter, CS:GO's developers showed off a brief look at some of the changes that are coming to Dust 2. You can find the video down below.

That's right; visibility from Dust 2's Terrorist spawn has seemingly been dramatically reduced, a change that shifts the entire balance of the map. The Counter-Terrorist team should now be able to rotate over to B site at the start of a map without worrying about getting headshot five seconds into a match. It's a massive change to one of Counter-Strike's most iconic maps and should change the way every round there starts out.

Continue Reading at GameSpot