Valve is difficult at work revamping the graphics of Counter-Strike: International Offensive for the discharge of its sequel, Counter-Strike 2. Contemplating CS:GO’s unbelievable longevity, expectations are excessive for the upcoming team-based shooter earlier than of Counter-Strike 2’s launch this summer season. As a part of Valve’s efforts to transform the Overpass map, we have had a glimpse of CS2’s water and it appears nice.
The clip under exhibiting the distinction between water in Counter-Strike 2 and CS:GO actually made a splash. Valve has clearly labored arduous to develop the positive particulars within the water texture and the outcomes communicate for themselves.
However what actually impressed us is the drastically improved physics. Water within the sport now behaves similar to… properly, actual water. If you happen to cross it, even slowly, it should depart ripples behind you for some time.
This might have an enormous impact on gameplay, which means gamers touring by means of water are vulnerable to freely giving their location to sharper enemies. Positive, it will not be the essence of CS2 gameplay, however within the head-to-head tactical warfare supplied by this team-based shooter, gamers will get each benefit they’ll get.
Not solely the clear water was affected. The wastewater at Overpass has undergone some main modifications, with the murky water displaying a formidable stage of dynamism and interactivity. It’d sound a bit of crass, however it reveals Valve’s consideration to element in designing the sequel to one of the vital widespread FPS of all time.
Like in CS:GO, figuring out the maps goes to be an enormous a part of your success or failure in CS2. Take a look at our information on what we learn about all of the confirmed Counter-Strike 2 maps up to now and what which means for the sport’s launch.