Translated Valve’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive on a shareware model

Valve перевела Counter-Strike: Global Offensive на условно-бесплатную модель

In addition to the free version, will be available for the premium edition of CS:GO Prime Status Upgrade for 425 hryvnia.

Valve continues to take steps to promote the multiplayer game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, the popularity of which declined slightly after the appearance of projects in the mode of the battle Royal. At the end of August on Steam appeared limited free version of CS: GO, and view the matches and play with bots, but multiplayer is locked, reports the online edition of the Chronicle.info with reference to overclockers.ua.

Recent sales of CS: GO you can buy with a good discount (just over 100 UAH for Ukrainian gamers). And now it became known that Valve went further and transferred the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive on the shareware distribution model. Moreover, the game mode has been added, Danger Zone, – the local variation of the battle Royal.

In addition to the free version, will be available for the premium edition of CS:GO Prime Status Upgrade for 425 hryvnia. It allows you to play matches against players of the same status. In addition, users with Prime status will receive exclusive Souvenirs, items, and weapons cases. Of course, all who bought the game previously will automatically receive Prime Status Upgrade.

As for the regime, Danger Zone, then he got ambitious in the CS:GO, but less than in other Royal battles. The maximum number of users during the game alone is 16 people and 18 people when playing in teams of two or three people. The developers promise the average match lasts about 10 minutes.

For the various tasks and killing enemies in the Danger Zone mode, the player will be awarded money. They can spend on buying new weapons and equipment using a special tablet. Ordered equipment is delivered by unmanned drone, but a special “pepper” adds the fact that the drop zone appears on the map the other players.

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