For all you “unexpected” PP-Bizon users out there– all 10 of you– the current Counter-Strike 2 upgrade is for you. Today, Valve has actually lastly repaired a nasty bug that was stopping gamers from offering back the SMG utilizing the video game’s refund system.
CS2’s weapon refund system is an absolutely required quality-of-life modification gamers have actually delighted in using given that its execution in early September, and for the many part, it worked perfectly. After some time, it was found gamers were not able to offer the PP-Bizon after it was bought, unlike every other weapon in CS2I wager the individual who found it didn’t even imply to purchase the Bizon (and after that was hilariously stayed with it) provided its status as one of the worst weapons in the history of Counter-Strike
I’m stunned the bug was found at all. Who in their best mind really utilizes a Bizon? Thanks to CS2’s loadout system, gamers can choose beforehand which weapons they ‘d like to release with– however with minimal slots, the water-pistol-like SMG made sure to lose out. The bug was discovered and a flag was raised, and Valve has today corrected the problem.
“I fat-fingered the Bizon two times the other day, the just one I could not offer back,” one gamer stated after the problem was flagged in the upgrade. We’ve all been guilty of a weapon mis-buy however begin, why is it even using up a slot?
Repaired in CS2‘s Nov. 20 spot was a problem impacting the silencer on weapons, which has actually been a problem going back to the follow up’s beta. After eliminating the silencer, the weapon worked usually. On respawn, nevertheless, the gamer would return with the silencer aesthetically missing from the weapon however the weapon shooting reduced shots. The silencer animation likewise would not work for gamers as if it didn’t exist at all.
A fall damage bug, sub-tick changes with the commonly-used host-timescale command, and repairs to Ancient completed today’s smaller sized upgrade for CS2however with this– the 8th authorities spot in November alone– it’s clear Valve actually wishes to quash out any concerns and get CS: GO’s Source 2-themed follow up into good shape heading into the holiday and after that ultimately next year’s competitive launch.