A team of modders is currently working on a remake of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive in Source 2 Engine, and have shared the first gameplay video from it.
The team claims that it took it around six months in order to create what is being shown. Additionally, it claims that this remake does not have a single line of code from the original game, and that it has created all the systems and mechanics from scratch.
For those wondering, the team does plan to release this remake to the public. However, there is currently no ETA on when this will happen.
Speaking of CS: GO, there is a fan demo/remake in Unreal Engine 5 that you can download. Do note though that this UE5 demo only features the Dust2 and Inferno maps. Furthermore, it does not have any gameplay mechanics or enemies to fight.
Enjoy the video and as always, we’ll be sure to keep you posted about its progress!
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