The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive developer team has in an in earlier tweet hinted at matchmaking arriving in the game in next week's update.
Matchmaking was one of the most sought after features of CS:GO as soon as the game was announced, as its importance in making the game more popular due to how easy it should make finding games.
The developer team's tweet read "We're working towards next week's update" and included the following picture, which can hardly be interpreted in more than one way:
It seems like an important update on the way of making CS:GO more popular and competitively viable while bringing in more younger gamers. Last weeks haven't included any major updates to the game,for which we have now found an explanation.
Next up on the most important updates list would be a spectating client such as CSGO TV, whose importance Petar "Tgwri1s" Milovanovic explained in a recent article here on HLTV.org.
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Oh, yeah and fps commands, go~~
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And I've heard of other people with this problem too.
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I think they're fine, atleast I've got used to them already
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1.6 came with the first steam version and since then it hasnt changed.
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....wait a second!
they actually tried changing something but it got reverted because of the complains of most of the player base.
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I applaud you for standing your ground regardless of how bad the argumentation is.
I did it cuz I remember exactly the day it came out and how I felt playing it, to me it hasn't changed, it might but I don't really remember anything bigger than the russian walking patch.
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ur argument was shit and we all know it
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Dont know if you remember there was also a bug when some1 would be crouching near a wall, he would seem looking at the wall but in fact he was looking at you, alot of knife fail attempts on that one ^^
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It's even in the name for you. It was called BETA 3.x etc and no longer called BETA after 1.0.
Every single person here knows you are wrong. But your stubbornness and your hate for the game keeps you from ever admitting it. You will just use the biased and unfactual argument "But that's how i see it".
Hell, even big important changes like the $800 for planting and not winning were introduced after 1.6 was released..
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Where do you guys pull these figures from, your ass, or the site called game-monitor.com, which counts bots?
PS: I would like to know how does the site counts bots? I mean how do you know that?
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1.6 is NOT a game of its own, it's the successor to 1.5. time to face the facts
I was wrong anyways, 1.6 has had lots of gameplay patches.
are you related to ak.47.agent? what about ashed? is he your cousing or something? every time I post you guys are trying to gangbang me >.<
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Not sure why people seem to think hitboxes are wrong, considering they are near perfect.
and my favorite
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Again, that is NOTHING to do with the hitboxes.
Laggy hitboxes were the thing of the past in Source.
You're a Sourcer, and for that reason, every aspects in GO would be considered as "perfect" by you guys, whereas it's totally the other way around with 1.6 players..
"since the last 1 year, they didn't take any actions towards improving/updating GO Majorly"
Have you been stuck in the basement for the last year?
I have never once said GO is "perfect", and it's expected that it needs a few tweaks here and there, hence why I am awaiting J3di's fix for the recoil which is superb stuff, and the implementation of CSGO TV etc etc.
There is a reason why some of us "know/assume", it's because J3di who created zBlock for CS:S and has now become a paid employee of Valve, is helping them find solutions to issues. What people consider as "major updates" are infact what Valve consider "minor updates" at present, as most of what people have brought up can be tweaked over the next few months as appropiate. Hence why Valve put their time into two things such as the Match Making system and GOTV.
2. Are you being in denial now? Read #165 and find out by yourself why I say so.
3. They should've implemented the matchmaking system and GO TV before releasing the game, if they are that important. I don't even know what Valve have been doing since the first beta till now, months after the official release of the game. Seems like they're busy updating and making million dollars tournaments for their main project game, DotA 2. Oh, God.. What have they done to the series that have made them to be what they are today?
-there are some weapons that are more powerfull than the m4a4 and ak, so should be worked on, asap.
movement and recoil arent the problem for me tbh..
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it will now get you server with max ping 40.
"For me: The settings alter the maximum recoil for pistols and autosnipers so I'd like to come up with some recoil parameters for those weapons which put them back into balance.
For others: I'd really like more feedback, someone has reached out to VG on my behalf, I hope to contact players from mTw this weekend and also hope to reach NiP to get their comments - and other teams most welcome though I know how to contact these ones.
One of the main concerns right now is if it makes recoil to easy to control, I don't think it does but I need top players to give this a try and hopefully confirm that."
And in my opinion this game also really needs some marketing! Many people still don't know that this game even exists....
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The recoil as mentioned above is being worked on by J3di with some of the top teams.
You shoot model and you will hit it, it's something to do with the actual recoil at present (so I am led to believe).
This will push more casual players towards the competitive side of CS and broaden our scene.
I don't see how anybody can see this as a bad thing.
I REALLY hope they have done some good changes, like removal of plant sound, less crashing etc. cause the game really won't last long if they don't fix the core issues soon.
Also, will this match making system incorporate the community backed maps, such as mirage and nuke_ve, or will it use nuke_se, against the entire communities wishes? If they do use nuke_se, then it shows how much attention they are paying the the competitive community - Nil.
Where is logic?
It's called POOR EXPERIENCE and is used to describe the quality of the gameplay.
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But this doesn't mean the game has to be shit.
I aggree many things can use an update. Most important ones being removal of molotov and add of cs:go.TV.
But there are also some new and positive things I think.
For example: the money-system. This will allow for much lesser eco's.
So there should be more gunround-action.
Wich is allways more fun to play and to watch.
Also because of this money-system people are forced to start using more guns than before. Like smg's are becoming a bigger factor now.
This also gives an extra to the viewer or player I think.
And honestly when I play cs:1.6 now, that game just looks ugly now. And I played it for years and years so.
Because of the game's new looks this could attract more young people to the game. Wich hopefully will secure a future in Counter-Strike Esport online and offline.
So maybe instead of whining about the cs:go you should start playing it. And I guess most of you will like it fast enough. Atleast I'm starting to like it :-).
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