As of this week's update for Counter: Strike: Global Offensive, players can now link their Steam accounts on Twitch. This is something you'll want to do if you're planning to catch the 2013 DreamHack SteelSeries CS:GO Championship. By...Show More Summary
It looks like Valve is starting to really pour the same love and care into Counter-Strike: Global Offensive that it has continuously poured into Team Fortress 2 and Dota 2. First, we get weapons and the almighty crates, and now Valve...Show More Summary
Outrage after outrage, man. First Valve practically destroys Counter-Strike: Global Offensive by daring to mess with the most integral part of the experience, the chickens. Now they're at it again with Dota 2—the latest patch messes with the bongs. Read more...
If you dig Dota 2's in-game spectator options, you're going to want to revisit Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. This week's update adds the WATCH menu, which is where you can view live streams featuring high-ranked members of the CS...Show More Summary
Valve has released a new set of community maps for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Purchasing the Operation Bravo Pass gives you access to these eight maps on official dedicated servers.Click To Continue Reading
After raising over $150,000 for community mappers with Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's Operation Payback, not to mention an undisclosed amount for itself, Valve is having another go. Last night it launched Operation Bravo, with another set of maps people can play on official servers if they pony up $5.99. It also offers exclusive weapon finishes.
What an outrage. Forget Half-Life 3. Truly, Valve spit in the face of their fans yesterday when they introduced changes to the most important part of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive: the chickens. Read more...
Plus, Valve offers new weapons, skins and cases. Valve has released the The Arms Deal Update for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, allowing opening a trading service within the game. Click here to read the full article Related Stories...Show More Summary
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has just received a huge update which includes two new weapons, a lot of new weapon skins, and even crates and keys. The crates contain only skins, some of which will track the amount of kills scored with that weapon right on the skin itself. Show More Summary
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has launched the "Arms Deal" update today, creating a player marketplace for in-game cosmetic tweaks to weapons. The update also adds weapon cases, special timed drop lock-boxes that can only be opened by buying or trading a key. Show More Summary
Hidden Path Entertainment, makers of Defense Grid: The Awakening, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and Age of Empires II HD, have exclusively revealed to Destructoid their next project, Windborne. The new title is a social sandbox creation game where you can create and explore your very own world either by yourself or online with others. Show More Summary
All the review scores in one place... Reviews for Insomniac's Fuse have started to appear online ahead of the game's release today in North America.Click here to read the full article Related Stories Counter-Strike: Global OffensiveShow More Summary
Community can police itself with Overwatch program. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive will be policed by its own player-base, thanks to a new Valve initiative.Click here to read the full article Related Stories Mojang's Scrolls releases...Show More Summary
Valve has introduced a new community discipline program for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive that it calls "Overwatch," designed to let players govern themselves when it comes to problem behavior. Overwatch will deputize some players...Show More Summary
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players have a new weapon at their disposal: the ban hammer. The new Overwatch feature allows the player base to punish troublemakers in the multiplayer shooter's PC version.
You might want to think twice before cheating in front of, if not being a jerk to fellow Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players now. For all you know, they might be an "investigator" capable of banning you. Read more...
Valve is handing ban-power to the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive community so it can regulate itself. This self-police force will be known as Overwatch. Valued members of the community will be selected to be prospective Overwatch investigators. Show More Summary
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive developer Valve has announced Operation Payback - a collection of seven top-rated community maps now available on official servers. An Operation Payback pass costs $2.99 (down from $5.99 for a limited time). Show More Summary
Operation Payback is a new Counter-Strike: Global Offensive promotion from Valve to compensate prominent map makers, running from now until July 31 on Steam. Seven of the top-voted maps are gathered here, playable on dedicated servers...Show More Summary
Starting with Operation Payback, Valve is putting together a series of limited-time updates that intend to help out Counter-Strike: Global Offensive map makers. This $2.99 pass (regularly $5.99) is available until July 31 and offersShow More Summary