Counter-strike: Source is the remake of the most popular online FPS ever using Valve's latest Source engine, which also powers Half-Life 2. Counter-Strike: Source features all the content CS fans are familiar with, but with excellent graphics.
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Steam Guest Passes are now available to all owners of Counter-Strike: Source. Just like the Steam Guest Passes recently issued for Day of Defeat: Source, all CS:S players now have the ability to invite a friend to their favorite online game. Upon receiving and activating the Steam Guest Pass, the invited friend has 3 days of Counter-Strike: Source play available to them for free, with no obligation to purchase.
Xfire announced the “The Ridiculously Long Lasting Stride Xfire Cup 2007”, an online Counter-Strike: Source invitational tournament, sponsored by Stride – The Ridiculously Long Lasting Gum, bringing the best North American teams together to compete for $24,000 in winnings.
Valve's SteamPowered website has been updated with a few minor details about further changes to Counter-Strike: Source. While Valve isnt quite ready to announce specific details just yet, it revealed that the weapon and equipment economy will get an overhaul, and mainly involves changing the prices of every item in the game - some more significantly than others. But that's just the beginning; more info soon on what's in store.
Valve's SteamPowered website has been updated with details on the promised Counter-Strike: Source update, adding a radar overhaul, HDR treatment for de_train, as well as some bug fixes, layout and SourceTV tweaks, as well as assorted exploit fixes. Just restart Steam for the effects to take place.
Valve revealed that it is working on several a few updates, the first coming in about 2 weeks, to move the core Counter-Strike gameplay forward. First off, the classic Train map is getting a HDR makeover, some minor layout changes, and a number of small bugfixes. The radar is getting reworked which will result in gameplay adjustments such as when you look at an enemy for a certain amount of time his name will become visible to you, and the rest of your team.
Valve lastest Steam Update has a few details on what to expect in the near future. Valve intends to implement The Friends system soon, allowing you to see when friends are online, and playing games, as well as chat with them. Valve is also planning on going back to some of the older Counter-Strike: Source maps and giving them an High Dynamic Range pass, starting with de_dust. Next week Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45 will be released and playable on Steam, which is already available for preload.
Valve's SteamPowered website has been updated with details regarding the latest update to Counter-Strike: Source. This update adds Leet and SAS player models, fixes players being able to run up very steep slopes for short distances, fixes low-violence models not animating properly, improved player ragdolls. Just restart Steam for the effects to take place.
Valve lastest Steam Update has a few details on what to expect next now that it has released The Lost Coast map for Half-Life 2. Valve has been working on two new maps for CS:S, updated versions of de_nuke and cs_militia, along with a number of new player models for both sides. Its Zombie Movie has won Best Comedy Horror Short down at Screamfest L.A., so expect it over Steam soon, and its commentary system included in Lost Coast received positive responses so Valve is looking for ways to include it in future products.
Valve's SteamPowered website has been updated with details regarding the latest update for Counter-Strike Source and Half-Life 2, mainly addressing a few mod issues and enabling low violence content. Read more for details, or just restart Steam for the effects to take place.
Valve lastest Steam Update has a few new screens from a reworked SAS model for Counter-Strike: Source, and also brings news about the release of DOD: Source, Lost Coast, and Aftermath, all are in the final phases of development and being polished for release. One of the new features in Lost Coast, which will be ready in a few weeks, is a commentary system, where you'll be able to hear first-hand some of the background on the features and choices in Lost Coast from the team responsible for building it.
Next week Valve plans to release the remade version of cs_assault to Counter-Strike: Source owners. If you don't currently own CS: Source, you can purchase it through Steam via any of the Half-Life 2 packages. Along with the release of cs_assault, a rebuilt version of the existing Terrorist model will be icluded, and over the course of next few months models for both teams will get updated. If you're a MOD developer, or just someone who likes to keep an eye on the MOD community, head on over to the Valve Developer Community launched earlier this week.
As promised yesterday Valve's SteamPowered website has been updated with details regarding yet another update for CS:S, HL 2: Deathmatch, and Source Engine. The update mainly focuses on CS: Source and includes new maps, addresses bot issues and other gameplay fixes. The update also includes some adjustments to the Source engine, Half_life 2: Deathmatch and Master Server Query Protocol. Restart Steam for the updates ...
As we mentioned a few days ago, Valve announced it would release the official Counter-Strike Bot, as well as an updated version de_tides, rebuilt by Turtlerock Studios. True to their word, it is now available through steam, which also updates a few other maps and a few other tweaks. Read more for details ...
The official Counter-Strike Bot will be released for Counter-Strike: Source on Monday (January 17th). The Bot features enhanced abilities and will be available for all owners of Counter-Strike: Source. Also included in Monday's release is an updated version de_tides, rebuilt by Turtlerock Studios.
The second phase of the Counter-Strike: Source beta has opened and the game is now playable for owners of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero and the ATI/HL2 bundle. During this limited-time beta, issues can be reported using the in-game bug-reporting tool. In addition any crashes will automatically generate a report back to Valve's bug database. Read more for details ...
Counter-strike: Source is the remake of the most popular online FPS ever using Valve's latest Source engine, which also powers Half-Life 2. 'Counter-Strike: Source' features all the content CS fans are familiar with, but with excellent graphics. Game2XS has an interesting article up about the changes in CS:S, or you can check our new screens taken from the beta as well as in-game footage we captured during one of our sessions.
On Wednesday, this first phase of the beta will open and the game will be playable at all cyber cafes that subscribe to the Valve Cyber Café Program. Later this month, the beta will be extended to owners of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero and ATI Fulfillment Coupon holders. This beta serves as a compatibility test of the Source engine as we near completion of development on Half-Life 2 and Counter-Strike: Source. During this limited-time beta, issues can be reported using the in-game bug-reporting tool. In addition any crashes will automatically generate a report back to Valve’s bug database.
The beta will first be open to subscribers of the Valve Cybercafe Program, and then extended to owners of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero. The next installment of the world's number 1 online action game, Counter-Strike: Source blends CS's intense teamplay with the advanced technology of Valve's Source engine. For more information, please visit www.steampowered.com.
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