The gaming community is abuzz with rumors and leaks about the long-awaited release of CSGO 2. While nothing has been confirmed by official sources yet, a new round of leaks has suggested that Valve could be making a release date announcement about the game soon.
The latest leaks come from a new update for Dota 2, where Valve insider Gabe Follower has found several references to CS:GO on Source 2 in its code. Valve insider Gabe Follower recently shared on Twitter that a new Dota 2 update includes references to CSGO on Source 2 in its code. This includes everything from Spray Kits to maps, which has led to further speculation about the game’s potential release.
Fueling the recent Richard Lewis reports, a recent Dota 2 patch focused on updating the game’s models to a newer format known as ModelDoc seems to have references to CSGO 2. The discovery of files depicting CS:GO maps, skins, and keys deep within the code only served to drive the Source 2 excitement. In accordance with the list of changes, These deprecated APIs are listed in the Source 2 Developer Community Wiki.
While nothing has been confirmed, the new game is expected to release or announced by the end of March. According to some reports, the possible release date is April 1st. However, at this point, we don’t have enough information about this new Counter Strike 2 yet.
The rumors and leaks surrounding CSGO 2 and its potential release on Source 2 have sparked excitement and anticipation within the gaming community. However, as mentioned above nothing has been confirmed by Valve yet, the evidence seems to suggest that an announcement could be imminent. As we wait for more information, fans can only hope that CS: GO 2 will live up to the hype and expectations of its loyal player base.