It's a big day for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive . Valve's tactical shooter has gone free to play and it's added a fight royal mode called "Danger Zone."
The change to free-to-play is quite straightforward. The basic game is now completely free, giving players immediate access to "all game modes, matchmaking and a limited set of item drops and weapon bags." But there is also the option of spending $ 15 to achieve the "Prime" status, which falls into a special matchmaking pool, and entitles you to "Prime Exclusive Souvenir Items, Elements and Arms Bags."
In comparison to Battle Royale, Counter-Strike the end all modes are of smaller scale than genre behemoths like Fortnite and PUBG with player counting clock on 16-18 depending on whether you are cuddling alone or in a group of two or three. Guns will behave like they do in other CS: GO modes, but you need to encrypt to find weapons and money – that you can use to buy more weapons and get them delivered to your droner position. You will also be able to make money by completing special mini-missions such as contracts and hostages rescues.
Additionally, you have access to a tablet that can be used to track deliveries and opposites' positions. So basically, Valve has made a fight royal mode without ordering from Amazon during the vacation.