Valve Releases Free Edition Version of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Valve has announced a free-to-play version of its popular multiplayer first-person shooter game, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The free edition comes with offline support, so you can play against bots offline. You can also be spectating matches through GOTV.
The game is just for being on solo mission of killing bots. You won’t get immersive multiplayer experience for what CS: Go is known for. But you have an opportunity to understand the game before buy the full game with online multiplayer support. The free version is just for a practice ground for newbies.
The game has arrived just before the FACEIT London Major tournament that will take place on September 5 and see 24 top international teams face off against each other over three weeks to win million-dollar prize. People using the free version will be able to spectate professional matches.
The free version of the game is now live and is currently listed on Steam as ‘Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Free Edition’. The game is available for Mac, Windows, and Linux. Your system must have 16GB of hard disk space to install the game.