Earlier this month we reported that a sequel to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive could be on the way. After a few weeks of more and more evidence piling up, it seems that Valve very well could be working on this new game.
Now, as spotted by PCGamesN, a new trademark from Valve references "CS2," which is only further stoking the rumours of a new game. This trademark also references related properties, filed under the US registration numbers 5857740 and 5857738 which relate to the filings for Counter-Strike and CS:GO.
Even though a CS:GO 2 seems more likely than ever, it is still probable that this is a Source 2 version of the game, and while it will come with a significant visual upgrade and update to the original game, it won't divert from the gameplay that has made Counter-Strike: Global Offensive so popular.
What do you want to see in CS:GO 2?