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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Workout removed from official matchmaking in CS:GO

Breach and Seaside are the maps coming in as part of the Defusal Group Sigma pool though.

The most recent update for CS: GO has gone live, bringing a few new changes and some pretty big tweaks to the map pool, seeing the map Workout removed from official matchmaking and two new ones - Breach and Seaside - added to Defusal Group Sigma.

These new additions can be found in casual, deathmatch, and the newly integrated 'Scrimmage Maps'. Scrimmage maps are a five-on-five official competitive mode that have "no restrictions on players in your party, your Skill Groups will not be adjusted after the match, your Competitive Wins counter will not be incremented upon winning the match. Abandoning the match after you 'ACCEPT' will result in a penalty."

As well as these, some of the existing maps have been altered in efforts to keep the game fresh and as fair as possible. Again, you can check out the full patch notes yourself, right here.

What do you make of these changes?

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