CS2 was officially released on September 27, and as a result, replaced CS:GO's implementation on Steam. Despite it seeming like Valve has destroyed CS:GO for good, the community has found a way to continue playing on PC. Here's what you need to do to play CS:GO on PC…
We're not sure how long this method will be active, but as of September 28, it's working fine. The only way to play CS:GO on PC right now is to download the “csgo_demo_viewer – 188.8.131.52” beta from Steam. Although it is not possible to play on official servers, you can create a private server to play with your friends or just play against bots.
If you want to keep playing CS:GO because you think CS2 isn't doing so well right now, follow these simple steps:
- Open your Steam Library and right click on CS2.
- Click “Properties” from the drop-down menu.
- Select the “Beta” tab.
- In the “Beta Participation” drop-down menu, click “csgo_demo_viewer – 184.108.40.206”.
- Steam will automatically start downloading this CS:GO version.
- Once the download is complete and you click to play CS2, Steam will ask you if you want to play CS2 or the demo viewer version of CS:GO.
This is what you need to do to play CS:GO on PC. It is not yet clear whether Valve will keep this CS:GO version active and allow people to set up private servers, as in Counter-Strike: Source and Counter-Strike: 1.6. These games are much older than CS:GO and you can still play them.
The products discussed here have been independently selected by our editors. If you purchase something featured on our site, The Gamer Station may receive a share of the revenue.
What do you think about this subject? Do not forget to share your thoughts with us in the comments section. For all our content The Gamer Station All Contents
If you are interested in Movies and TV Series, Technological and Financial issues, contact us immediately. The Dokie,
If you are interested in topics related to world cuisine and recipes, The Cook StationYou can visit!