Good morning, UK campers. Counter-strike: Global Offensive went live overnight on Steam and hits console networks today. Fire up your platform of choice – be that PC, PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 – and allow Valve’s latest assault on the eSports scene to enter your life. If you played the beta, you should get caught up on what’s been patched for the CS:GO’s final release, and don’t forget that if you somehow run through the launch content on day one, there’s the first mod to check out – it’s about zombies, of course. PlayStation 3 friends, remember you have a free trial to check out.
Destiny 2 weekly reset for January 16 – Nightfall, Challenges, Flashpoint, Call to Arms and more detailed
It’s that time again: the weekly reset has been applied to Destiny 2.
If you’re in the market for a new PlayStation 4 Pro, two different models will be made available starting next week.
Ubisoft has announced a release date for The Hidden Ones, the first downloadable content for Assassin’s Creed Origins. Release dates for upcoming DLC content were also provided.
Counter Strike: Global Offensive
Either Counter-strike: Global Offensive is getting a PUBG mode or Valve is randomly filling its game with useless files. Could go either way, hey.
Your past experiences in Steam games and the time spent playing them will now factor into Counter-Strike: Global Offensive matchmaking
Valve has rolled out a new matchmaking system for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive that takes into account more than your skill in the game.
Counter Strike GO’s ‘Operation Hydra’ event will give players new ways to enjoy the game all the way up to September.
Chet Faliszek has left Valve after devoting 12 years to the company.