Counter Strike Global Offensive was launched back in 2012. After CS:Source gained a lot of traction, the 2004 title was due for an update. With the launch of CS:GO, we’ve seen the title pushing new boundaries and expanding itself into the e-sports territory. There is no doubt that CS:GO is an amazing title that continues to excite players with its game modes, but after five years, the game definitely shows its age, especially since it’s built with the Source Engine.
Being a CS:GO player, there’s definitely a ton lot of stuff that Valve needs to work on. With the current state of CS:GO, there’s definitely some stuff I would love to see Valve picking up from the video above. While I myself am no fan of fidget spinners, I think the other additions may make the next Counter-Strike title in line with the current stream of titles. But then, having such an upgrade could be one of the reasons why Valve could be holding onto Counter Strike for a while because of how most machines are capable of running it. Personally speaking, I don’t think Valve is even considering to prepare for the next Counter-Strike title.