Valve has launched the Map Workshop for Counter-Strike: Global Offense. This will make it easier for players to access and shoot things on new maps, and discover new game modes designed by the community. Users can also vote for favorites and subscribe to any map or game mode, and Steam will even do the work for you by automatically downloading the map, and updating it “whenever the author makes a change.” Players will be able to form quick-matches, private matches through Play With Friends, and even play offline with AI bots. Check it all out through the Maps Workshop. Thanks, ragdron.
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