Hello, Counter-Strike lovers there is something you need to know about the latest update in the game. Counter-Strike has removed Bots from official competitive matchmaking and much more you will get to know on this page, so read till the end.
What’s new in the latest update in Counter-Strike CS: GO?
- Even the most common multiplayer games often involve the implementation of “bot” characters operated by AI.
- In the case of last year’s PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds implementing bots on PC, these may play various positions, like filling out extra spaces to get more game lobbies going or offering beginning players more manageable goals.
- Counter-Strike: Global Offensive by Valve used bots to substitute players dropped from a team, but that is no longer the case as of today.
CS: GO Bots Removed from Official Competitive Matchmaking:
- The new changes of Bots removal were made from the 7th of January 2021.
- A new CS: GO patch describes the removal of bots that are disconnected or booted from “classic competitive and wingman modes” that would otherwise replace matches.
- Whenever a whole team leaves some specific match, they are now replaced by a single bot that idles at the team’s original spawn position.
- However, as patch notes posted to the official Counter–Strike Blog detail a workaround to the bot navigation in this section of the game, they still appear in Warmup arenas.
Release Notes for today are up. Among other things, bots are no longer granted to teams in Competitive matches. Full notes are here: https://t.co/seG0oTAY1E
— CS:GO (@CSGO) January 8, 2021
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