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12 October 2017, 02:39 | Jodi Jackson
Dust2 has been removed from the rotation competition regime in February of this year
The in-game leader for CS:GO team, Mythic, Eric "adreN" Hoag, has been testing out the new reworked Dust2 and has discovered a powerful new boost. While still available for online competitive play, the iconic map, having been a competitive fan favorite since 2001, was not available for tournament play.
What's the first map that Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players usually think of when playing through Valve's 2012 shooter?
CS:GO received its last update earlier this month and it was a pretty minor one. Valve explained the changes to the map, which include a substantial visual upgrade, on the game's website. Now, natural light flows into these areas and prevents easy concealment. Bomb site A is changed to remove drain pipes so players can peek around corners more easily.
The developer's tweet included a preview of the map with many vibrant colors and map textures, including a significant blue color change to the skybox. "Annoying physics based detritus props have also been replaced with more predictable static prop detail such as weeds and rocks". Until then, players can enjoy the current version of Dust 2. The Leet Krew terrorists have been overhauled to match the map's visual upgrade. Players can opt-in to the CS:GO beta build to try out the map before it releases.
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