Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Tweaks Ember and Vineyard Maps

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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's latest patch went live yesterday. March 28 patch doesn’t add any new content however it does make changes to two maps, namely, Ember and Vineyard. A handful of bugs have been addressed as well.

The Vineyard map is getting new map location names like Barn, Villa, Temple, Sewers, and more. Balconies in Fort now have collisions and stair clipping has been adjusted. Drone clipping around Docks is fixed as well.

In the map Ember, old clips on stairs at Rock Pool B have been removed. The old stairs in the same place were replaced by metal stairs. The Lighthouse area has more spawn drops than before. Players can now stand on the extraction fans in Apartments. Both the visual bug in the tunnel and the non-solid door bug at Hospital have been fixed.

You can read the patch notes below.

  • Removed old clips on stairs at Rock Pool B
  • Replaced stairs at Rock Pool B with new metal stairs
  • Fixed loads of minor bugs (thanks Joaokaka1998)
  • Geyser west of ruins now pushes the player upwards with less force
  • Added more spawn drops around Lighthouse area
  • The extraction fans on Apartments can now be stood on
  • Fixed visual bug in tunnels below Hospital
  • Fixed non-solid door at Hospital
  • Added new map location names (Barn, Broken Bridge, Castle, Chapel, Farm, Field, Fort, Mill, Ruins, Sewers, Temple, Villa, Vineyard, Winery)
  • Added collision to balconies in Fort
  • Adjusted stair clipping
  • Added drone clips around Docks
  • Fixed stuck spots
  • Fixed miscellaneous bugs
  • Special thanks to nx, fearless, iNilo, lacyyy, Sandwich, Joaokaka1998, and Diddle

The complete patch notes are available via the official blog as well.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is a multiplayer-only game released almost a decade ago. The title is developed and self-published by Valve. You can download the game via Steam for free. However, there are microtransactions for cosmetic items. The game was also released on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

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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