By Tanner Wisniewski

The gaming world is buzzing with excitement as Valve Corporation is set to release Counter-Strike 2 (Csgo 2) in the summer of 2023. It is an upgraded version of the popular first-person shooter game powered by the Source engine. Fans of the classic game have been eagerly anticipating this announcement, and the news of Csgo 2 has been met with overwhelming enthusiasm.

Source 2

Source 2 is a game engine developed by Valve Corporation, the company behind popular games such as Half-Life, Counter-Strike, and Portal. It is the successor to the Source engine, which was used to create many classic games in the early 2000s.

Source 2 was first released in 2015, and since then, it has been used to create a variety of games, including Dota 2, Artifact, and Half-Life: Alyx. It is known for its advanced physics simulation, improved graphics, and efficient use of system resources. 

Source 2 will likely bring several improvements to Csgo, including better graphics, smoother animations, and faster loading times. Valve has yet to announce a release date for the Source 2 upgrade to Csgo, but it is expected to happen sometime this year. 

What Might Happen to the Skin’s Economy 

The release of Csgo 2 is sure to have a significant impact on the Csgo weapon skin economy. While it’s impossible to know precisely what will happen, there are a few possibilities to consider. Skins are transferring to the new game, which could mean that the market won’t change much. However, suppose the new game attracts a more extensive player base. In that case, the older skins could become even more valuable due to their limited quantities. It’s an exciting time for Csgo players, and only time will tell what the future holds for the weapon skin economy.

Here’s What Players Want in the New Game 

  1. An improved Matchmaking and ranking system: One of the most common issues with Csgo matchmaking is when players of vastly different skill levels are matched together. This can lead to unfair matches and frustration for players on both sides. As well as the ranking system feels outdated and does not motivate players or reward them for reaching the top ranks.
  2. Massively improve the Anti-cheat system:  Another problem in Csgo matchmaking is the prevalence of cheating. Players can use hacks and other programs to gain an unfair advantage over their opponents, which can ruin the experience for other players.
  3. Improved Servers:  Csgo matchmaking servers can experience technical issues, resulting in connection problems or crashes during matches. Csgo matchmaking currently runs on 64-tick Servers, and players want 128-tick servers. A 128-tick server updates the game state 128 times per second, resulting in smoother gameplay and more accurate hit registration than a 64-tick server.

 Founder and Co-owner of 100 thieves Matthew Haag, aka “Nadeshot,” Said, “… Even if they just tuned up what is already there, I think it will be a massive success.”

Players are eagerly awaiting to see what Valve has in store with their new game. With the company’s track record of creating innovative and captivating titles, it’s sure to be something special. Fans will surely be on the edge of their seats as they wait to hear more about the game.

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