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According to some rumors, the full version will come in a few days, but after the weekly update, the chance of that is close to zero. But when will you come?

CS:GO is ending after a sweet 11 years, but it will be replaced by Counter Strike 2. This will be a major turning point in the life of the amazingly successful franchise, even if the change is not as drastic now as in previous installments. Despite this, millions of gamers are waiting for their favorite Source 2 version to arrive. We don’t know when that will happen.

Valve knows how The growing popularity of CS:GO must be rocked. But you shouldn’t rush it either, because they will scare away everyone who has re-entered the game in the last six months or for the first time in their lives. According to their original promise, summer 2023 is the expected release time for Counter-Strike 2, but that’s too broad. I mean, they were probably thinking of the summer calendar, i.e. June, July and August. It is also possible that they are talking about the astronomical summer, which means that until mid-September it is not too late.

In recent weeks, there have been some rumors that June 14th might be the special day. This was based on the fact that data miners from America to China all over the world found that CS:GO developers no longer expected bug reports from that day forward and would not respond to them. However, that is An update was released on June 6th to beta, which makes it very difficult to release the full version on June 14th. After all, a lot of new things have been added and there are a lot of bugs. There will not be enough time to fix everything. So you may have to wait weeks or even months for the game to be released.

Our best guess at this point is that we won’t be getting CS2 in June for sure, and in July or the first half of August, they’ll just expand beta access or change levels, and throw in some other new stuff similar for purchases. If they want to be emotional, they try to target August 21st, which is CS:GO’s birthday. Of course, a delay of a few days can be commensurate with valve time.

But from the point of view of game quality, it would be better if they took advantage of the available time and targeted September. Because what we can be sure of is that competitions will not interest developers. So it’s entirely possible, as with the beta, that the update will go live in the middle of the ESL Pro League.

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