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 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive First Look

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PostSubject: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive First Look    Fri Nov 25, 2011 1:57 pm

Counter strike Global Offensive Upcoming 2012



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Published by: Valve
Developed by: Valve / Hidden Path Entertainment
Genre: First-Person Shooter
Release Date:
US: Q1 2012
RP-M+ for Rating Pending
Also Available On: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Macintosh


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It's easy to forget how unforgiving Counter-Strike can be. Valve's
competitive online shooter truly rewards the skilled and stomps all over
the newcomers. There are no Call of Duty-style kill streaks, no
artillery barrages to call in or packs of dogs to let loose. It's just
you, your guns, a few grenade types and your ability to react. Map
knowledge, teamwork and quick reflexes are the only things that matter.

With Global Offensive (or GO), the next version of Counter-Strike, Valve
isn't trying to completely reinvent the franchise. This isn't
Counter-Strike 2, it's more like an incremental update. Terrorists still
fight Counter-Terrorists in round-based combat. You still plant bombs
on Dust and rescue hostages on Office. Some maps, like Dust and Aztec,
received updates while others, like Dust 2, are largely unchanged.
Though the changes aren't wild, franchise fans will find a few new
interesting additions to the formula that may very well turn out to be
series staples moving forward





If you're using GO's matchmaking system you'll be dumped into relatively small maps for five versus five gameplay. Valve
built an ELO-based ranking system into GO to determine your skill
level, so ideally you're set up with players around your level of skill.
Bots of appropriate difficulty settings will also be added in if a full
game of live players can't be put together. If the idea of a five on
five match sounds too limiting, PC players will be able to set up custom
matches that Valve assures will provide the same degree of flexibility
as is available in Counter-Strike: Source. Console players will not have
the option to set up servers, however.

Once you do get a match up and running, the gameplay may be seem simple
at first, but there's quite a bit of depth. Depending on the map the
Terrorists either need to plant bombs or protect hostages, and the
Counter-Terrorists need to stop them from planting and detonating bombs
or rescue hostages. Before any of the fighting starts, you need to buy
weapons by drawing on a personal pool of accumulated funds. Weapons
include pistols, rifles, SMG and sniper rifles, as well as specialty
items like flashbangs, high explosive grenades and smoke grenades. In
the in-development build I played body armor is automatically purchased
at a round's beginning, though Valve says when GO's done in 2012 the
armor will be a separate purchase. In an interesting twist, defusal kits
that let Counter-Terrorists quickly disarm bombs are no longer
purchaseable. Instead they're randomly assigned to two teammates at a
round's beginning


Confirmed Maps
Dust
Dust 2
Aztec
Office
Nuke
Italy
Inferno








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