Valve announced today that it would expand its FPS Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to a Battle Royale mode. I suppose it felt hilarious. The new mode is automatically added to the files of all existing CS: GO players and is called the "Danger Zone". You're welcome to hang the Kenny Loggins song in your head.
Danger Zone sounds like you I would expect from any Battle Royale mode. According to Valve, Danger Zone is the following: " is a fast-paced battle-royale game mode based on CS: GO & # 39; s tactical gameplay, which makes the players sane , Can and resources to fight to the end. "Players have to fight for resources with up to 1
There are some differences between this and those of Fortnite or PUBG . For starters, the map is divided into hexagonal sections, and some sections are randomly bombarded with air strikes along with the final map boundaries. As I recall, this was also a feature of the somewhat less popular Battle Royale game The Darwin Project .
Another important difference between these two is that you can use a tablet to track enemy movements and their deliveries. This raises the question of whether, knowing where other players are, would increase the number of killings or avoid them like black death because you know you are superior.
The game is also free – play now. Earlier this year, a free mode was introduced in which players could compete against bots offline and possibly involve new players in the game.
According to Valve, the guns will look and act in the same way as in the base game, and those who are already CS: GO players will receive Prime status. Prime and non-prime players will be split into two matchmaking pools, according to PC Gamer .