Two of the continent’s biggest Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams have made significant moves.
One of Europe’s top Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams has dropped one of its long-time players in favor of a rising talent.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive can't stop growing.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive took the long way to success. It started off with a number of significant flaws, but with time and some substantial patches, has become one of the most-played games on Steam and one of the best PC games you can play. Read more...
With Counter-Strike: Global Offensive refusing to let up on its constant updates, it’s reached a stage where weapon balance is the best in any version of Counter-Strike. Ever. That’s not Gen-y hyperbole, that’s a fact. And along with...Show More Summary
Match-fixing has become an endemic, well-organized problem in professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
eSports viewership is on the up and up.
The most successful team in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's brief history has finally won a premier tournament.
Tower defense sequel Defense Grid 2 is launching on 23rd September for PS4, Xbox One, PC, Mac and Linux. Developer Hidden Path Entertainment (who co-developed Counter-Strike: Global Offensive) made the reveal this week at Gamescom, where it's demoing its user-created content tool, DG Architect. Show More Summary
Lara Croft’s mansion is among some of the most memorable gaming areas ever created. How would you like to transport that area into Counter-Strike: Global Offensive? “Sure,” I hear you chanting in unison. “That’s a great idea.” More »
Hey, you just won a Counterstrike: Global Offensive match! Time to shell out a few bucks, unlock that weapon case and see what's inside, right? Not so fast! You might be better off just buying that ultra-rare knife in the in-game store. Here's proof. Read more...
The Asiimov skin for the AWP sniper rifle in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive can be a pricey one, $30 or a lot more if you're not lucky. So buying one might not be the best idea. But modifying a generic paintball marker to match the one in CS:GO? That's much better. Read more...
This is an image from Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Something looks a little different than what you'd normally expect to see in the latest installment in Valve's online game about counter-terrorists shooting at counter-terrorists, though. No, I'm not talking about the heads-up display. Read more...
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players just got a few new playgrounds to get offensive on, courtesy of the players themselves. As part of CS:GO's Operation Breakout initiative, six user-created maps have been promoted to cycle in official matchmaking for three months. Show More Summary
When Counter-Strike: Global Offensive first launched back in August 2012, CS players around the world could hardly believe it. It'd been nearly eight years since Counter-Strike: Source, and the idea of a new CS was perhaps a little too much for our shootybang brains to comprehend. Read more...
Hidden Path Entertainment sure does know how to make some good videogames. Defense Grid and its expansion are a blast for any tower defense fan, but they've also done Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Age of Empires II HD. They're...Show More Summary
With another big tournament, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is primed for a berakthrough year.
Following the success of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's Operation Payback and Operation Bravo, Valve has released a third set of community maps under the banner 'Operation Phoenix.' This new pack will include eight community-made maps, 13 new weapon finishes, and an in-game coin to help keep track of competitive stats.
Gabe Newell has taken the unusual step of addressing concern over VAC - Valve's anti-cheat system. Newell took to Reddit after a thread on the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive sub-Reddit claimed VAC had recently changed the way it worked so that it read all the domains players visited and sent the information back to Valve's servers hashed. Show More Summary
Guitar Hero creators Harmonix and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive studio Hidden Path Entertainment have teamed up for a game that combines their interests in music games and shooters. Chroma is a musical, multiplayer shooter in development for the PC.Click To Continue Reading