Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is as successful as ever. A new record for concurrent players was established recently by Valve's multiplayer shooter. Several insiders confirmed that a sequel to CS:GO would be successful. However, registering a trademark leads us back towards the sequel.
The sequel to CS 2 has been officially registered.
The brand "CS2" was submitted on March 14, 2023. A short time after, a Twitter user received the information, among others, "aquaismissing," and shared it on the social media platform. However, it is still unclear what awaits us.
These indicators would indicate that it would not be a new game per se, but a substantial upgrade for CS:GO (buy now). The company has not commented on the registration of the brand or the registry until something official is announced.
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PC game enthusiasts are also a fan.
Global Offensive, Counter-Strike 2, set a new record for concurrent playership.
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A recent article on the Counter-Strike phenomenon surfaced on our website in great detail. After all, Valve's flagship game has a more than forty-year history. Last summer, a story also made headlines in which skins worth two million dollars were stolen.