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oSee on Source 2: We will see a lot more players come back to CS

Team Liquid’s Josh “oSee” Ohm shared his thoughts on the Source 2 update in an interview with Monster Energy.

In a recent interview with Monster Energy, Josh “oSee” Ohm, who plays under the Team Liquid banner, discussed his thoughts on the Source 2 update and its potential impact on the CS:GO community. oSee expressed his excitement about the update and predicted that it would lead to more players returning to Counter-Strike.

Source 2 is the game engine developed by Valve Corporation, and it has been rumored for some time now that the developers are working on a new version of Counter-Strike, built on the Source 2 engine, which could potentially bring significant changes to the game.

oSee acknowledged the rumors but stated that he has not looked to much into them, as he is still focusing on CS:GO. However, he expressed his optimism about the update, stating that he is sure it will be more polished and not too different from the original game.

“Of course, I’ve heard about it, but I haven’t looked too much into it. I’ve still been focusing on CS. My mindset is that whenever it comes, it comes, and we’ll just have to adapt. I’m sure it won’t be too different from the original game because everyone still loves the game for what it is. So, I think the changes they’re going to make aren’t going to be too drastic.

I’m still super excited because I’m sure it’ll be more polished. Definitely super exciting and I think we’ll see a lot more players come back to CS. Ever since Valorant came out, some players switched to it, but I think some will come back and play the game again, so it’ll be good for CS in general.”

As oSee mentions, the Source 2 update could potentially bring back some of these players, as it would offer a fresh take on the game and could introduce new features and gameplay mechanics that could rekindle interest in CS. Moreover, with Valve’s reputation for developing high-quality games and game engines, players are likely to be excited about possibilities of a new and improved version of Counter-Strike.  

You can read Monster Energy’s full interview with oSee right here.

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