On the night of January 5th, Valve released an update for CS 2. In this update, the developers addressed several gameplay issues and made changes to the wear of stickers to align them more closely with CS:GO.
- Fixed an issue that caused noticeable delays when loading map images in the “Play” menu.
- Fixed an issue where unusable items were displayed in the equipment menu.
- Fixed an issue where equipped items could not be unequipped.
- Fixed an issue where equipment changes were not saved if the game was closed shortly after making the changes.
- Fixed an issue where character equipment changes in the main menu were delayed.
- Addressed some visual issues with demo playback.
- Fixed an issue where animation was not playing correctly in CSTV broadcasts.
- Adjusted the wear values of some community stickers to better match CS:GO.
- Simplified grenade collisions with corner surfaces and the central column on point B in Ancient.
- Adjusted clipping on point A in Anubis.
- Previously, Valve conducted a large wave of bans in CS 2. Many cheaters, including the world leaderboard leader, were affected by it. According to Maxim “Gabe Follower” Poletayev, a significant portion of the banned players were using the no-spread feature.
Valve recently carried out a significant wave of bans in CS 2, targeting numerous cheaters, including the global ladder leader. According to Maxim “Gabe Follower” Poletayev, the majority of the banned players had been utilizing the no-spread feature.