With Counter-Strike 2 announced, what content from the original CSGO (skins and collectibles) makes it into the sequel?
Counter Strike 2 is the topic of the moment, and it is not for less. We are talking about a sequel after a decade Valve has capitalized on the genre on Steam that seeks to aim for the stars. It is not for less, and it is that even the smoke is spectacular. Even so, and with 10 years of life from its first installment and many, many euros invested, what is kept from the original game?
We are talking about a delivery with a very strong economy in game that has been benefiting from betting on third-party websites and from some skins super prohibitive. For this reason, perhaps with the announcement of the sequel, many of you have got goosebumps thinking that you are going to lose everything, nothing is further from the truth. All items collected will be preserved.
At the moment, Valve has not set a time limit, which means that if you started playing on August 21, 2012 when CSGO was launched, you will keep all the skins and collectibles. Of course, everything we have achieved so far, we will see a boost graphic and effects based on source 2 engine.
Counter Strike 2 will see an improvement in lighting and all textures, something that will happen to the skins, and we have already seen it in the official announcement. Likewise, the classic models and finishes will be compatible with the new game. These e translates into that, apparently, no addition will be lost.
But when does Counter Strike 2 arrive? At the moment, we do not have a confirmed release date, although Valve is aiming for it to arrive this summer. Yes, there are players lucky that as of today they can be enjoying a very closed beta of the game.
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