Counter-Strike Global Offensive announces battle royale mode, goes free-to-play

Counter-Strike Global Offensive announces battle royale mode, goes free-to-play


Valve continues to take steps to promote the multiplayer game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, the popularity of which declined slightly after the appearance of projects in the mode of the battle Royal.

Those who had purchased Counter-Strike: GO before the transition will receive a "Loyalty Badge" for their profile and their accounts upgraded to "Prime Status". An up to 18 player Battle Royale mode called "Danger Zone" has been added to the game. Players can queue into the mode as solo players, or in squads of two or three players. Valve says a typical round of Danger Zone will only last "about 10 minutes". Valve didn't seem to think so - because alongside the new game mode, they converted CS:GO to a free-to-play game, too. Prime Status players can earn XP in Danger Zone to earn exclusive weapons.

CS:GO is now free-to-play, a welcomed update to a game that previously cost $14.99 at retail.

In our review of CS:GO back in 2012, we called the game "Great" calling it a "top-tier tactics game that will probably share the long-tailed legacy of its predecessors". While on the ground, you can complete special missions to earn more than your opponents.

The tablet can also track the movements of other players and their drone deliveries, allowing you to strategically use this information to your advantage.

As for the regime, Danger Zone, then he got ambitious in the CS:GO, but less than in other Royal battles.

Valve has released an update for Counter-Strike Global Offensive on December 6, 2018. Others are more concerned about the money they spent on a game that has now lost its paid status. Players will find what they can, order what they need, and prepare for the unexpected.

How many players are in a match? . In addition, these players will be automatically upgraded to Prime Status (both free of charge).

This isn't the game's first experience in the free-to-play realm.

  • Terrell Bush