CS: GO Is Now Free-To-Play On Steam

Remigio Civitarese
Dicembre 8, 2018

Yes, you read that right!

Not only did Valve, the parent company behind CS:GO, confirm the creation of battle royale game "Danger Zone", but the company announced that CS:GO - the entire game and all modes - is now free.

Danger Zone is "a fast-paced battle royale game mode built on CS:GO's tactical gameplay where players use their wits, skill, and resources to fight to the finish", according to Valve, including the same weapon play found in the base game. Given this smaller player count, Danger Zone matches are also much shorter than those in other battle royale games, typically lasting around 10 minutes by Valve's estimate. There is an additional paid CS:GO Prime Status subscription that comes with special access to exclusive souvenir items, item drops, and weapons cases. However, keep in mind that there is a tier called "Prime Status".

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's latest big update is Danger Zone, and it's already live. The previously available CS:GO Prime Status is still available to all players who reach rank 21 and attached a valid phone number to their Steam accounts. Aside from spending funds on weapons, supplies, and utility items, you can also upgrade your tablet to track opponents' movement, their deliveries, or the danger zone itself. If queuing as a squad of two or three, the match will have up to 18 players.

Meanwhile, in all modes of CS:GO, players will now be separated into two matchmaking groups: Prime and non-prime. Weapons will be from the CS:GO arsenal, like the AK-47 and Desert Eagle.

Danger Zone rounds start by claiming a landing zone, similar to Ring of Elysium, and then completely contracts to earn cash. You can play solo in 16-player matches, or in duos and trios in 18-player engagements. It wouldn't have been surprising if the company had simply made the shift and introduced Danger Zone without compensating existing players.

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