FURIA’s CS:GO rifler KSCERATO, one of the best participant in Brazil lately, has revealed what he needs to see added to the sport now that Valve is on the verge of releasing the Source 2 engine to Counter-Strike.
“I’d add more weapons to the game and I’d also add a matchmaking system similar to what VALORANT has,” KSCERATO mentioned in an interview with Dot Esports.
Although the group commonly asks for brand spanking new weapons to shake up the meta, it’s unlikely that Valve would add extra weapons to CS:GO 2 primarily based on what it has carried out over the course of the franchise’s historical past.
Most of the weapons that present up in CS:GO are the identical that have been featured in Counter-Strike: 1.6, excluding a couple of weapons just like the taser Zeus x27, the sunshine machine-gun Negev, and the shotgun Mag7.
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As for matchmaking, the system in place in CS:GO closely differs from what Riot Games has carried out in VALORANT, which launched in 2020. In VALORANT, gamers can hold monitor of their progress with the Ranked Rating system and matchmaking is broadly used amongst skilled gamers due to the highly effective anti-cheat service and 128-tick servers, whereas in CS:GO a lot of the gamers that need to play in a extra aggressive surroundings or have the intent to compete professionally ultimately migrate to third-party platforms like FACEIT or ESEA as a result of the official matchmaking makes use of 64-tick servers, is plagued with cheaters, and also you by no means know once you’ll rank up or decay.
It’s at the moment unclear how a lot the Source 2 replace will affect CS:GO instantly, however a lot of the group has excessive hopes nonetheless. Valve is because of launch Source 2 this month, based on a report by unbiased journalist Richard Lewis, and all latest leaks level we’re nearer than ever.