CS:GO Free Version and Danger Zone Battle Royale Mode Revealed


Counter-Strike: Global Offensive goes free-to-play. 

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While Valve had beforehand launched a free model of CS: GO, that title solely allow you to go in opposition to bots. This new free model of the sport will allow you to entry the complete CS: GO expertise. That means each map, each mode, each weapon and every part else that the individuals who bought the sport. 

Speaking of which, it seems like those that did buy the sport at any level shall be robotically up to date to Prime Status (a $14.99 worth) freed from cost. Prime Status members not solely get matched with one another, however they’re eligible for a particular weapon (the Danger Zone Souvenir MP5-SD) and a brand new merchandise known as the Danger Zone Case. The case is stuffed with a random assortment of community-made objects and particular uncommon gear.

Oh, and when you’re questioning what Danger Zone is, that might be Counter-Strike: Global Offensive‘s new battle royale mode. 

Yes, CS: GO is lastly getting a battle royale mode. The addition of such a mode has been rumored for fairly a while, however Valve has lastly confirmed that CS: GO will obtain a battle royale mode of its personal. Danger Zone will cut back the standard battle royale system by that includes solely 16 gamers per 10 minute matches with as much as 18 in squad mode (Duos and Trios). It will see gamers take over an preliminary touchdown zone and scrounge for money so as to purchase gear (you solely begin with a knife). Cash will be earned by discovering it or by finishing side-quests discovered all through the map. 

You’ll additionally have the ability to entry a pill that permits you to scout the place different groups are and what the present hazard zones are. It seems like a way more tactical twist on the BR idea that actually appears to seize the spirit of the sport greater than an ordinary “kill ’em all” tackle the concept. 

CS: GO‘s free replace and Danger Zone mode can be found now. 

Matthew Byrd is a employees author for Den of Geek. He spends most of his days making an attempt to pitch deep-dive analytical items about Killer Klowns From Outer Space to an more and more perturbed collection of editors. You can learn extra of his work right here or discover him on Twitter at @SilverTuna014

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