New leaks counsel Supply 2’s CS:GO could be very near debut


For a while now, the group has been elevating speculations a few sequel to Counter-Strike: International Offensive (CS:GO). Some alleged indicators had already appeared, however this Tuesday (14), new leaks tried to reheat the theme.

One of many novelties offered was a leak revealed by the leaker referred to as Aquarius. Early this Tuesday, he posted on his Twitter that recordsdata associated to Supply 2 (the most recent model of the CS:GO engine) had been added to a pre-release department — typically utilized by devs for testing and corrections.

It’s price remembering that Aquarius is identical leaker who, in early March, recognized help for the “csgos2.exe” and “cs2.exe” executables in Nvidia’s driver panel.

But when that wasn’t sufficient to stir the spirits of the CS:GO group, one other leaker, referred to as Gabe Follower, claimed to have obtained executables from the Supply 2 model of the FPS that had been supposedly circulating on the web.

A valve, which owns Counter-Strike, stays silent concerning the leaks. The one curious reality is that the official profile of ESL Counter-Strike — a aggressive CS:GO league that brings collectively the Europe, Americas, Asia and Oceania areas — made a really suggestive tweet, given the leaks of the day.

CS:GO sequel might be shut and filled with enhancements

As a lot because the leaks strongly counsel a CS:GO sequel primarily based on Supply 2, Valve’s silence turns all that into mere rumors. However, in fact, that does not cease hypothesis about alleged enhancements from popping up on the web.

Based on Ricardo Lewis, eSports journalist, the brand new model of Valve’s FPS will deliver improved graphic constancy — attributable to Supply 2 —, along with optimizations in matchmaking and servers.

All this could solely be confirmed (or not) with some official supply or announcement. However the excellent news in accordance with Lewis is {that a} check model ought to arrive later this month.

Thankfully, there are simply over two weeks left till the tip of March.

By way of: NME

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