There looks to be further proof of a sequel to the Valve classic Counter-Strike: Global Offensive thanks to the analytical ability of a data excavation super detective.
Record-breaking performances in Counter-Strike suggest a new era for the popular first-person shooter.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has been one of the most popular multiplayer first-person shooters since its debut in 2012.
Despite Counter-ever-growing Strike’s fan base, speculation about a potential sequel has been ongoing for quite some time.
Now that the game is many years old, some gamers may be eager for a new update of some kind, whether it a revamped engine or a sequel.
According to a data excavator, players who are anxious to learn about Counter-Strike improvements may soon have an answer.
Although this looks to be very strong evidence pointing towards some modification for the first-person shooter, Valve has not made any official confirmation or denial about a sequel or engine improvement.
There have been many changes to Counter-Strike over the past eleven years, but players are still hoping for something new, thus a sequel or engine update would be very much appreciated.
The game’s longevity is a testament to Valve’s efforts, and it would be fascinating to see what approaches the developer and publisher choose to further polish the experience.
The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive community has speculated about these two possibilities for some time, and Valve is known to throw in some curveballs every now and again, so only time will tell if these speculations have any substance.
The new Aquarius finding may not be 100% obvious just yet, but it appears quite persuasive that at least something is on the horizon for the game, despite the fact that some may feel compelled to be suspicious about this fresh piece of evidence.
Fans of Counter-Strike will have to wait a little longer for the next piece of the jigsaw.