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 February 15.
Valve have added a new case, featuring 17 new weapon skins and 24 new gloves, all designed by members of the Counter-Strike community.
- Adding to the recent changes to Nuke, today's update offsets the stairs by control room by B, and removes some unintended positions on the crane on bombsite A.
- Other changes focus on the Medi-Shot. Today's update fixes crashes when dropping the item, as well as their ammo count not changing when they're dropped.