The developers of the game CS:GO, Valve will release a shooter on the Source engine 2 to the end of 2021. It is reported insider Tyler Macvicar portal dexerto.
Previously, an insider said that because of the “huge library” of community content for CS:GO, which will also need to move the development of the engine was stopped.
However, according to Macvicar, “substantive work on migration” CS:GO source engine, Source to Source 2 “largely completed”. But it takes time for beta tests, which can last “year or two” to fix the bugs and save the content created by the community.
Insider concludes: “it is possible that this will happen by the end of next year, so if the company will not be able to find a really good reason why the update need to release, maybe we’ll just have to wait a really new Counter-Strike a couple of years.
Earlier it was reported that Counter-Strike: Global Offensive will not be transferred to Source 2.