Valve has rolled out a new update in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, rebalancing and changing several weapons and making tweaks to the game’s maps. Though no individual CS:GO change is likely to massively disrupt the formula, the weapon adjustments could shift competitive play.
Assault rifles got the bulk of adjustments in the April 10 patch. The SG553 had its rate of fire and accuracy reduced, and the AUG’s accuracy was also adjusted to make it more effective while un-scoped and slightly less effective while scoped. The M4A1-S, meanwhile, had its price reduced by $200 to $2900.
The Deagle and Tec-9 pistols were also adjusted. The Deagle’s jumping accuracy has been improved to shorten the time for recovery after landing, and the Tec-9’s overall firing accuracy has also been improved. The Bizon submachine gun’s armor penetration was improved, as well.
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