Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is one of the most popular games on Steam, and a competitive shooter that every day brings together millions of players from all over the world. Like is logic, cheats are the main scourge from the Valve game community, yes.

A few days ago we told you that it was no longer possible to play ranked games in Counter-Strike GO if you had a free account. Now, Valve has released a new patch for your PC free to play, which, among other things, incorporates an important novelty.

For starters, the new update for Global Offensive improves stability and performance of the game, adds fixes for the bots difficulty selector, and now it is possible to choose the Premier mode along with other competitive maps.

Basically, this patch focuses on the competitive scene of Counter-Strike GO, as it also allows you to modify matchmaking settings for ranked. But be careful, because also the rules of behavior have been updated and anti-cheat measures.

Now, when we start a competitive game in CS GO on an official server, it is added a link to the guidelines and norms of behavior and fair play. Valve has also announced that serious measures will be taken against cheats and the use of cheats in official games.

Playing CS: GO together works best when everyone enters a game with the same conditions. Players who choose to play on official CS: GO servers are expected. In all modes:

– Do not use tricks or traps.

– Never verbally intimidate or mistreat your teammates or opponents.

– Never use bots of any kind ”

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

It may seem innocent, but it is vital to preventing cheaters from wreaking havoc in these types of games. Not only in Global Offensive, but also in other PC titles like League of Legends or Valorant, and supports anti-cheat software.

As stated above, these guidelines and regulations apply to all modes, but especially in the Counter-Strike Global Offensive competitive mode. So now you know: don’t cheat and play fair … you’ll feel much better when you win or lose on your own merits.

Fountain: PC Gamer