Counter-Strike: Global Offensive February 2 Patch Notes

Counter-Strike Global Offensive
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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive received a small update today, and it brings numerous bug fixes and a new purchasable item.

From now on, players can set zoom sensitivity for gyro, touchpad, and stick. This setting is separate from mouse sensitivity. The Boardroom Sticker Capsule can now be purchased via the in-game Store.

Several default bindings have been changed for controllers and a spawn bug in competitive mode has been addressed. The “Reset” button has been added back to the Options/Controller Screen. Thanks to the patch, Molotov/incendiary grenades won’t pass through walls and floors in the map Vertigo. You can read the patch notes below.

  • In Short Competitive Matches, increased the initial round loss streak to 2 to reduce the economic impact of pistol rounds.
  • Added The Boardroom Sticker Capsule, now available for purchase in-game.
  • Fixed a player spawn bug in competitive mode.
  • cl_showpos is now cheat protected (thanks Spunj!).
  • Various default binding changes for controllers only.
  • Flick stick initial turning rate modulated by stick throw.
  • Fixed crouching when exiting the menu using controller B button.
  • Ramp in aim over time immediately after closing a radial menu, unless the stick is deadzoned.
  • FIX: Up/Down movement in spectator free cam supports analog triggers.
  • Radial menus (+quickinv/+quickgrenades) allow selection of Molotovs/incendiary grenades picked up from other teams.
  • +quickgrenade radial mimics +slot4 when tapped.
  • Restored “Reset” button on Options/Controller Screen.
  • Added zoom sensitivity settings for gyro, touchpad, and stick, separate from mouse.
  • Various Button Glyph fixes (ongoing).
  • Fixed Molotov/incendiary grenades going through the wall and floor in mid.
  • Miscellaneous fixes.

You can read the complete patch notes via the official site.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is developed and self-published by Valve. It is a free-to-play multiplayer-only game available on PC via Steam.

So what do you think? Are you interested in any of these changes? Have you been playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive recently? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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