Linux Gaming News

Counter-strike: Global Offensive brings back the map Nuke for Linux, Mac and Windows PC


The latest update for Counter-strike: Global Offensive re-introduces the map Nuke, #originally #featured in both Counter-strike and #CounterstrikeSource.

Nuke is now available in Competitive Matchmaking, plus other game modes as part of the Operation Wildfire map group. We’ve outlined many of the specific map changes in more detail and look forward to hearing your on-going feedback as we continue work to improve Nuke together.

This new version has been re-built, both for “more readable aesthetic” and give the Terrorist side more tactical options. Screenshots and the full details are available on the Counter-strike website.

This update also launches the Operation Wildfire event, which continues through to June 17 and comes with seven community-made maps. Buy for $6 to receive the Access Pass and enjoy the Operation Journal, Challenge Coin, Blitz missions, exclusive weapon drops and the Wildfire case, which features 16 community-created weapon finishes and the new Bowie Knife.

The Gemini Campaign has 23 Guardian Mode missions and 3 Co-op Strike missions designed for you and a friend to play (and replay) cooperatively.

The Wildfire Case features 16 top-rated community-created weapon finishes and the new Bowie Knife. Coin holders will also exclusively get weapon drops from the Operation drop list, which consists of the Cobblestone, Overpass, Cache, Gods and Monsters, Chop Shop, and Rising Sun collections.

More details can be found in the Counter-strike Blog.


You Might Also Like