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Why Counter-Strike: Global Offensive graffiti has fired up fans

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's new graffiti consumables have angered some long-time fans of the game. There are a couple of reasons why. Firstly, image sprays have been a Counter-Strike staple for years - but have always been a free feature. Their appearance now in CS:GO as a paid-for item has irritated some players, despite the fact they have a chance to receive graffiti as a free weekly drop for ranking up.
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