Counter-Strike: Global Offensive will not be translated into Source 2

An insider at Valve News Network Tyler Macvicar told that Valve will not transfer CS:GO on Source 2.

“CS:GO will not go to the Source 2. Valve has decided that it is too time consuming.

The finished build of the game exists for nearly two years, but the migrate custom content. They can quickly porting such huge library of content,” – said Macvicar on the stream.

Previously insider Nors3 said that CS:GO can go to the Source 2 by the end of 2020.

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West Ham – Burnley – 0:1. Video goals and match review

In the match 34-th round of the Premier League “West ham” Andriy Yarmolenko ‘s a shame lost home match against Burnley’s. The Ukrainian came out from the first minute and was substituted in the first half of the second half. “West Ham” – “Burnley” – 0:1 Goal: Jay Rodriguez, 38