Counter-Strike: Global Offensive isn’t updated like other esports. While the likes of League of Legends and StarCraft 2 spend weeks testing every small change, CS:GO’s come out of the blue. While Dota 2 will reinvent itself every three months, CS:GO’s changes are so subtle you might not even notice them logging in from day to day. To help facilitate you in noticing this, we’re going to track the latest updates to the game in this post. Each time Valve upgrades the game, we’ll let you know what’s worth worrying about, what isn’t, and provide as full a changelog as able.
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CS:GO's last patch was on May 26 and it centred around fixing elements of Guardian and War Games matches.
- Guardian lobbies will now show full mission name in the nearby public lobbies list and game invites.
- Updated Guardian warning sound rules for players too far from the bomb site and lowered volume of warning sound.
- Fixed a bug where sometimes 9 players could join same team in War Games.
- Fixed offline with bots games not starting correctly after playing War Games online.
- When the daily War Games map rotation happens, servers will no longer shut down, but will instead seamlessly rotate to the new map group.
- Fixed a potential exploit in CS:GO engine reported by One Up Security.
Nothing else major to report, as Valve are mostly focused on cleaning up after the large Operation Hydra update. More details are available via the Reddit thread.