The attraction of Counter-Strike 2 has made the FPS community in general and CS: GO fans in particular stand still. On the night of March 25 (Vietnam time) Valve’s shooting game set an unprecedented record. With a CCU of up to 1,492,456, this is the highest concurrent player count in the history of this game.
The spike in CS:GO players shows the community’s special interest in Valve’s upcoming game. After so many years of waiting, fans have finally seen a new version of the Counter-Strike series.
It’s quite unfortunate that the beta of Counter-Strike 2 was not an extensive test. Only a few professional athletes, KOLs or long-time gamers have the opportunity to approach. Valve will choose according to two important criteria, which are the trust factor and the Steam account status. If you’re a longtime CS:GO player with positive, friendly, and trustworthy reviews, you might be on the shortlist to play the beta. Of course, you still need a little luck to become the chosen one chosen by Valve.
With this first beta, Valve offers two modes of deathmatch and unranked competition on the Dust2 map. Experience points earned in beta will be transferred to CS:GO. Valve also doesn’t limit players from streaming and creating videos of their Counter-Strike 2 experience. That means you’ll soon be able to see popular streamers participating in the game.