Counter-Strike: Global Offensive PC - £6.49 @ CDKeys
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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive PC - £6.49 @ CDKeys

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Found 10th Aug 2017Edited by:"Discotech"
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) will expand upon the



team-based action gameplay that it pioneered when it was launched 12



years ago.

CS: GO features new maps, characters, and weapons and



delivers updated versions of the classic CS content (de_dust, etc.). In



addition, CS: GO will introduce new gameplay modes, matchmaking, leader



boards, and more.

""Counter-Strike took the gaming industry by



surprise when the unlikely MOD became the most played online PC action



game in the world almost immediately after its release in August 1999,""



said Doug Lombardi at Valve. ""For the past 12 years, it has continued



to be one of the most-played games in the world, headline competitive



gaming tournaments and selling over 25 million units worldwide across



the franchise. CS: GO promises to expand on CS' award-winning gameplay



and deliver it to gamers on the PC as well as the next gen consoles and



the Mac.""

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Quick take this down before all the hackers see it and get fresh accounts
Still worth buying this game in this day and age? I'm thinking about it..
Original Poster
f2k814 m ago

Still worth buying this game in this day and age? I'm thinking about it..



Averages around 500k players daily so yeah I'd say it's worth buying
Discotech20 m ago

Averages around 500k players daily so yeah I'd say it's worth buying


That's all well and good, but doesn't mean much for a newcomer.. Is it hard to get in? I've heard there's a lot of 'smurf' accounts I wouldn't mind getting in to a bit of CS GO to get better at twitch shooting..
Original Poster
f2k836 m ago

That's all well and good, but doesn't mean much for a newcomer.. Is it …That's all well and good, but doesn't mean much for a newcomer.. Is it hard to get in? I've heard there's a lot of 'smurf' accounts I wouldn't mind getting in to a bit of CS GO to get better at twitch shooting..



Find me a game that has a ladder that doesn't have smurfs

I don't play it myself so I can't really comment but it's a multiplayer game with 500k daily players, in my eyes I'd say it's worth getting into if you enjoy the small maps of CS and the S&D style gameplay which I'm not into myself I much prefer arena team deathmatch or CTF or payload (many hours in TF2 and Overwatch)
f2k846 m ago

That's all well and good, but doesn't mean much for a newcomer.. Is it …That's all well and good, but doesn't mean much for a newcomer.. Is it hard to get in? I've heard there's a lot of 'smurf' accounts I wouldn't mind getting in to a bit of CS GO to get better at twitch shooting..


You can play casual / deathmatch etc etc. Although I find competitve mode by far the most enjoyable.
If you've played CSS, it's easy to get into. Otherwise it's like learning a 1st person shooter - but once you lose a few matches, you'll get paired with people who have also lost their first few matches.... So it gets easier And then you'll get better, and work your way up.

In short - BUY! It's awesome.
Edited by: "Firefly1" 10th Aug 2017
f2k813 h, 21 m ago

That's all well and good, but doesn't mean much for a newcomer.. Is it …That's all well and good, but doesn't mean much for a newcomer.. Is it hard to get in? I've heard there's a lot of 'smurf' accounts I wouldn't mind getting in to a bit of CS GO to get better at twitch shooting..


Depends what you want from it.

If you want to play competitively then be aware that there is a concept of "Prime" accounts which was introduced to try and stop rampant hacking. What this means for you is that you will have to play until you are level 21 or above before you can become "Prime" (you will also need a phone number linked to the account). If you try to play competitive before level 21 you will be playing "non-Prime" which means you are matched with other "non-Prime" players, which may include cheaters. As you will likely also have a low rank you will probably be put against smurfs as well.
Joshimitsu911 h, 46 m ago

Depends what you want from it.If you want to play competitively then be …Depends what you want from it.If you want to play competitively then be aware that there is a concept of "Prime" accounts which was introduced to try and stop rampant hacking. What this means for you is that you will have to play until you are level 21 or above before you can become "Prime" (you will also need a phone number linked to the account). If you try to play competitive before level 21 you will be playing "non-Prime" which means you are matched with other "non-Prime" players, which may include cheaters. As you will likely also have a low rank you will probably be put against smurfs as well.


I haven't noticed any cheaters yet, but I've only played 29 competitive matches (W22 D2 L5) so perhaps I've been lucky. I've been accused of cheating a few times already, the problem is people just don't know skill when they see it - so that's why people give the impression of so many cheats. I didn't even know about a thing called Prime to be honest

It's a fantastic game and worth every penny.
Edited by: "Firefly1" 11th Aug 2017
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