CS:GO update: New map, bug fixes

 

A new Counter-Strike: Global Offensive patch was released earlier today, March 16th, bringing a couple of massive changes into the game. Those include the visual upgrade of the Phoenix Terrorist player model as well as the introduction of a new Canals map and the Spectrum case.
 
The update also contains bug fixes for Nuke, Cobblestone, Italy and Cache and several game balancing improvements. Take a look at the change log below to see the full list of patch notes.

 

The main changes:

  • Released Canals, available in all game modes.

 

 

  • Visually upgraded the Phoenix Terrorist player model.

 

 

  • Added the Spectrum Case, featuring 17 skins, including the second generation of knives in Chroma finishes.

 

 

  • Fixed some cases where grenade sounds wouldn’t play when they should.
  • Improved performance when using HRTF.
  • Fixed teammate color problem when teammates select an invalid color.

 

Map changes:


Nuke:

  • Thinned out corner when coming into hut from lobby, making it easier to peek into A site.
  • Bullets now do more damage when shot through walls in hut
  • Raised rollup door in Mini, making it easier to see towards rafters.
  • Removed three boxes on top of blue container near garage.
  • Reduced C4 explosion radius from 500 to 400 units.
  • Made water outside the map deeper.

 

Cobblestone:

  • Raised arch on CT side of long A.

 

Italy:

  • Fixed some boost exploits.
  • Railing on top of boost position near T bridge no longer blocks bullets.

 

Cache:

  • Various bug fixes.

 

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AuthormJay Date16 March 2017, 19:16 Views3121 Comments0
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