Valve has just announced a free version of their hugely popular first-person shooter, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive or usually CS: GO.
The free version of the game contains all cards where players can improve their shooting skills and play against bots. The free version also allows users to tune in to major league multiplayer games and spectate games via GOTV, the game's special streaming platform.
The free version of CS: GO, available for Steam for Mac, Windows and Linux, needs about 16 GB of free disk space to install and start the game. Users can also purchase the full version of the game from the Steam Store for Rs 459 to upgrade to a full multiplayer experience.
As noted in a report by The next web, the release of this edition is just in time for fans of competitive CS: GO to watch the FACEIT London Major tournament, which takes place on September 5 and where 24 international top teams will meet each other. The competition that lasts more than three weeks, with the winning team taking home a $ 1 million prize.
For those who wonder if the game is still worthwhile, Steam stated during the announcement of the free edition that it is still very popular and that CS: GO is at number 20 top 100 PC games list.