Valve has been tinkering with multiple maps and deploying updates focusing on bug fixes for what feels like forever, but with the latest update, new CS: GO features have been released. The updated is entitled “Scouting Ahead” and introduces new ways to find teammates, a way to follow track your favourite CS: GO events in-game and the ability to track your enemies in Danger Zone with a drone.
These three new CS: GO features are long overdue, well, at least the first two are, with the Danger Zone one not really being something I am personally interested in. Even so, it is great to see Valve deploying new CS: GO features and continuing to work on the game.
The first feature is all about events and tournaments. Players can now track their favourite tournaments and they will be notified when a tournament is about to go live so they don’t miss a second of the action. Valve is also leaving it up to players to decide which CS: GO event in June will feature on the main menu, as they explained that:
Players, you have until June 1st to decide which June CS:GO event will be featured on the main menu! Find and favorite events in-game by clicking the Watch tab.
— CS:GO (@csgo_dev) May 15, 2019
Now, let’s take a look at all three of the new CS: GO features below as described by Valve.
Looking to Play
Follow Your Favorites
Track from a Distance
What do you think about the new CS: GO features and which June event are you most interested in watching? Let us know in the comment section below.
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