Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Is Now Free-To-Play

In the early days of Counter-Strike where it existed as a mod of Half-Life, it was pretty much free-to-play, where anyone could get their hands on it. However ultimately when Valve decided to launch Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, the company made it a paid title. Granted it wasn’t the most expensive game we’ve seen, but it was definitely a change.However it seems that has since changed again because Valve has announced that CS:GO will now be a free-to-play title. Gamers who have since paid for the game back in the day, these players will be upgraded to Prime Status which used to cost $15 (on top of the $15 that was the original price of the game).Valve has also announced a new battle royale mode called Danger Zone where players will fight up to 18 other players to be the last person standing. It is easy to see why Valve has opted to go this route, given how Epic’s Fortnite has made the battle royale genre so popular, and by making it free-to-play, it encourages more players to take up the game where in th

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Is Now Free-To-Play

In the early days of Counter-Strike where it existed as a mod of Half-Life, it was pretty much free-to-play, where anyone could get their hands on it. However ultimately when Valve decided ...

Fri 7 Dec 18 from Ubergizmo

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive becomes free to play and adds a battle royale mode

After launching in August of 2012, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has continued to remain a popular eSports title. Valve has introduced a major update to CS:GO bringing a battle royale mode ...

Thu 6 Dec 18 from Techspot

Valve makes 'Counter-Strike: GO' free and adds battle royale

The current environment for shooting games is centered around the two tentpole features embodied by the genre's current leader Fortnite: free-to-play and battle royale mode. In ...

Thu 6 Dec 18 from Engadget

Counter-Strike GO goes free-to-play with a new battle royale mode - CNET

One of the oldest and most iconic online competitive shooters now has a battle royale mode, but it's not a Fortnite clone

Thu 6 Dec 18 from CNET

Counter-Strike GO becomes F2P, adds a shrunken battle royale mode

Impressions of new mode's first day in action, what paid "prime status" entails.

Thu 6 Dec 18 from Arstechnica

Counter-Strike: GO adds new battle royale mode and goes free-to-play

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has now gone free-to-play, and with that change developers Valve and Hidden Path Entertainment have added a new battle royal game mode. The new ...

Thu 6 Dec 18 from The Verge

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