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Counter Strike: Global Offensive Now Available For Linux
Good news for the Counter Strike: Global Offensive fans, as the popular game makes its way to Linux operating system. The game’s Linux port was confirmed through SteamDB which added the growing operating system on the list of supported systems.
Due to the increasing popularity of Linux, a lot of developers are bringing their titles to the operating system so that their game can become more accessible and can be played by a larger community.
Counter Strike: Global Offensive has a lot of fans, and I am sure they will be extremely delighted to get their hands on the game on Linux OS.
CS: GO was released in 2012 for Windows, OS X, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and it featured five game modes for the online play.
The most popular game modes for the game are Classic Casual and Competitive, in which you either play as a Terrorist or a Counter-Terrorist. If you get bored with these, you can try Arms Race, Demolition and Deathmatch.
Are you looking forward to play Counter Strike: Global Offensive on Linux?