Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) is going through some important changes even in 2022. The developers from Valve released a new update last night to bring some tweaks for Steam Deck and Steam Input, according to the official Counter-Strike blog.
The update has the size of a photo, as it requires only 20MB of space. You can see the patch notes below:
- Steam Deck allows other game controllers to connect via Steam Input. All of the connected controllers combine inputs. (You can give it a try with Gyros Akimbo if you are very cool).
- The new default Gyro conversion is “Pitch and Roll Combined” on Steam Deck. All the other controllers default to “Yaw”
- Radial menus (in particular, Quick Buy radials) will no longer persist if your character dies.
- Some glyph fixes were also made in Spectator mode.
Installing an update of that size is truly incredible, considering that the whole CS: GO game requires 15GB of available space. It’s a lot more by comparison, but still, it means a lot less than what many other high-rated games out there demand!
Oddly enough, CS: GO still works on Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7. Or at least that’s what the game’s official Steam page claims.
As for the rest of the hardware demands, the famous shooter even works on a machine that has only 2GB of RAM.
You can even play Counter-Strike: Global Offensive for FREE by downloading it from Steam. The game hasn’t always been free to play, but it’s nice to see that someone made up his mind. We’re talking about one of the most popular online games worldwide right now!
Do you think you have what it takes to be victorious in CS: GO again? Don’t hesitate to jump into the game ASAP and tell us in the comment section if you like the new changes that Valve brought!