Counter-Strike GO becomes F2P, adds a shrunken battle royale mode

On Thursday, Valve Software surprise-launched a comprehensive
update to its five-year-old game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
(CS:GO) with two equally major changes: a new battle
royale-inspired combat mode and a shift to the free-to-play
economic model.

The battle royale mode in question, dubbed “Danger Zone,”
resembles popular fare like PUBG and Fortnite in that it revolves
around a similar formula. Players drop onto an island with very
little equipment, then search for weapons, ammo, and gear while
trying to be the last person surviving. In order to speed combat
up, a constantly shrinking “safe zone” forces players to run
towards each other.

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Source: FS – Industry
Counter-Strike GO becomes F2P, adds a shrunken battle royale mode



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