What's the first map that Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players usually think of when playing through Valve's 2012 shooter?
Valve has today announced a availability of a newly updated release of its iconic Counter-Strike Dust 2 map which has now been enhanced and is now available to play via the CS:GO beta release. The revamped playground has been dubbed Dust II, and looks to capture the essence of the original while 'buffing away the jagged edges'. Do you like what you see?
"We set out to refine it further rather than performing a wholesale redesign", the company said.
The B bomb site has been changed to move the busted auto further away, "allowing a more free player flow around it", Valve said.
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All of these changes and more sound pretty welcome, except for one.
While none of the impending changes to the design and structure were shared, the developer did give a slight preview of the spawn location for the Terrorist side. "Annoying physics based detritus props have also been replaced with more predictable static prop detail such as weeds and rocks".
Coming soon for testing in CS:GO's next beta depot: an updated, refined version of its most iconic map - Dust2. When Dust II returns to competitive play, another map will be removed so that the map updating cycle can continue. Until then, players can enjoy the current version of Dust 2.