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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

CS:GO update introduces Drone Pilot upgrade to Danger Zone

The base game has also been updated as well, with a 'Looking to Play' feature now available for those who want to party up.

Yesterday Valve updated Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and while the base game had a lot of changes, the Danger Zone mode also had its fair share to talk about, including the Drone Pilot upgrade which is now available to purchase from the Tablet Buy menu.

Tasers will now always open a crate they're fired at too, and shields dropped from death have a small delay before being automatically picked up. Some fixes have also arrived as well, like instances of safe models spawning in the air, item outline colours for dropped grenades, map collision, stuck spots, and visual bugs.

As for the rest of the game, loss bonus money will now always step down to $2,900 after a team with a $3,400 max loss bonus streak wins a round. We also have the 'Looking to Play' feature being introduced, with players able to advertise themselves as available for party invites.

Those who enjoy esports might be interested to hear that CS:GO Events have also been introduced, with professional LAN events available in the Watch tab.

For more on the update check out the full patch notes. Do you play Danger Zone in CS:GO?

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