This week’s official “Counter-Strike 2” announcement generated buzz because it will eventually replace the game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. This indicates that CS:GO’s esports competition era is coming to an end.
This May, the Accor Arena in France will host the final official CS:GO tournament, with a 1.25 million dollar prize pool. After this competition, there will be a break of almost a year before the first Counter-Strike 2 competition takes place in March 2024.
The CS:GO esports community will undoubtedly be significantly impacted by this timeline. Professional players will have more time to train and prepare for Counter-Strike 2 as a result, which is one positive. To take part in the game’s restricted test, some gamers have already been chosen.
This year, a free update to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive called Counter-Strike 2 will be made available. We will report any new information or fascinating video samples if they come to light.