News: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive was originally slated for this spring, but Valve Software have pushed it back to a summer release date.
The next iteration of the Counter-Strike phenomenon, colloquially known as CS:GO, is currently enjoying a closed beta. Valve Software are slowly adding players to the proving ground so they can finetune it (as close as they can get) to perfection.
This takes time, which of course means the odd delay. Lo and behold, Valve’s Doug Lombardi told Kotaku that CS:GO will be overshooting its intended spring release window. Instead, we’ll be going “omfg campr n00b” this summer.
CS:GO is still scheduled for a digital release on Steam, PSN and XBLA. Check out BeefJack’s coverage right here!