Counter-Strike 2 October 25 Update Adds Various Bug Fixes and Improvements

Maps such as Inferno, Overpass and Nuke have received numerous changes.

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  • Counter Strike 2 is a competitive PvP FPS developed and published by Valve. 
  • The latest update works to improve player readability and eliminate unpredictability with grenade throws.
  • Inferno has received a substantial change thanks to alterations made to its geometry.

The latest update for Counter-Strike 2 is here right before Steam’s Halloween sale and includes a bunch of bug fixes and tweaks to various maps. The previous update for the game which released on October 20, reversed VAC bans for players affected by an issue concerning incompatible AMD drivers. A largely small update in the face of things, but this new update is more substantial in its improvements. 

Counter Strike 2 Update
Counter-Strike 2 October 25 Update

To begin with, a large number of maps have received various bug fixes and tweaks with the intention of ironing out some of the frustrations. The most substantial of changes have been made to Inferno which has had numerous outright changes to its geometry. The changes are focused on improving player readability as well as removing some of the unpredictability associated with the grenade bounces. The affected maps include: 

  • Inferno
  • Overpass
  • Nuke
  • Dust 2
  • Anubis
  • Office
  • Vertigo
  • Mirage
  • Ancient

Counter-Strike 2 had a rather controversial launch in the eyes of many of its fans. Players thought they were given the short end of the stick as the game was actually missing certain features from its predecessor. Our own review called it a game that undermines Valve’s near-flawless reputation over the years, with a verdict stating, “Counter-Strike 2 steps boldly onto the competitive scene, but undercooked features and performance issues hold it back from true greatness.

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Coming out on September 27, 2023, on Valve exclusively, It certainly has to be said that fans expected more from the release of CS2, especially considering it’s the first major iteration in the series since Counter-Strike: Global Offensive in 2012. Furthermore, it also happens to be one of the hugest Valve releases since Half-Life Alyx in 2020.

For more on the game check out our list of the top 10 best weapons in CS2. If you feel confused about what weapons to pick with your respective team, we also suggest checking out our guide on the best loadouts for Terrorists and Counter-Terrorists in Counter-Strike 2

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