Counter-Strike: Global Offensive isn’t updated like other esports. While the likes of League of Legends and StarCraft 2 spend weeks testing every small change, CS:GO’s come out of the blue. While Dota 2 will reinvent itself every three months, CS:GO’s changes are so subtle you might not even notice them logging in from day to day. To help facilitate you in noticing this, we’re going to track the latest updates to the game in this post. Each time Valve upgrades the game, we’ll let you know what’s worth worrying about, what isn’t, and provide as full a changelog as able.
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CS:GO's latest version was released on November 20 and sees a few minor miscellaneous updates to the game and its software development kit.
- Removed an unintentional dependency on Dynamic C Runtime in vvis map compiler, which should fix map compilation problems in some recent installations.
- Added de_dust2_zoo map source file for community map makers.
- Updated to latest version of SteamNetworkingSockets library to better support relayed connections.
- Fixed a regression where Aztec and Dust particle systems were failing to load in other maps.
- Updated Skill Group icons. Redditor SmokingSwishers has compiled an Imgur album of these, for your viewing pleasure.