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July 4, 2020

CSGO Source 2 Is Reportedly Cancelled

CSGO Source 2 Is Reportedly Cancelled

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Since late 2019, speculations started to surface about the oncoming of the Source 2 engine to CSGO. Leaks from various sources claimed that the Source 2 implementation to CSGO was already in progress and might hit the game before mid-2020.

The hype peaked at around April-May of 2020, where a leak from VNN Tyler claimed that the Source 2 engine for CSGO is ready to be dispatched. He also set a date for the release, which was May 18th, but the release didn’t occur back then. Now, another leak from VNN Tyler reveals that the CSGO devs might cancel the engine upgrade for CSGO entirely.

The Source 2 upgrade for CSGO would feature not only upgraded graphics, but also a whole lot of new stuff for players to enjoy. The most notable aspect of the upgrade would be the changes in the community map creation, which would be a lot easier and more convenient, and would consequently result in better quality and more optimized custom maps.

However, according to VNN Tyler, the devs are cancelling the upgrade primarily due to the difficulty in porting the vast number of community content to the new engine.

“They’re not going to do it,” Tyler says during his Twitch stream. “It’s not that they can’t port the game, it’s they can’t port the community content.” He further mentioned that Valve has no plan or means to allow the “massive backlog” of community created CSGO content.

The good news Tyler also hinted towards is that there lies a possibility of the port coming in the distant future. He said, regarding the port of the community content to Source 2, “Now if they ever figure that out, then it’ll happen. But as of now, not happening.”

Published at Sat, 04 Jul 2020 10:59:53 +0000

CSGO pro Dosia gets banned from Twitch

Mikhail “Dosia” Stolyarov is a renowned pro in the CSGO scene and also a streamer on Twitch. The Twitch partner received a temporary ban on the platform which is set to last about a week due to some offensive words he said during his Livestream.

While it’s not rare for Dosia to shoot out occasional insults mixed with some Russian profanities while playing, the ban might be the result of Twitch implementing stricter measures on their platform regarding this sort of remarks.

He was seen saying the word “pidor” during one of his streams which translates to “gay” or “homosexual”.  This insult may have led to the ban being imposed in such a short span of time since it can be seen as a homophobic word.

Dosia himself acknowledged his ban on Twitter although he mentioned that he was in a state of “full shock.” Although, he didn’t clarify in his tweet as to why he received the temporary ban.

After implementing stricter measures to curb harassment and toxicity on their streaming platform, Twitch has gone on a banning spree and banned several streamers from it, some of whom are extremely popular among fans of their respective games.

While these measures from Twitch have been met by resentment from many people in the community who’re upset at their loved streamers getting banned, a good number of viewers are also saying that it’ll help improve the gaming community in the long run by reducing toxicity in the platform and making Twitch a healthier and more family-friendly service overall.

Published at Sat, 04 Jul 2020 05:37:09 +0000

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