Counter-Strike 2 is doubtlessly one step nearer to being made a actuality as developer Valve has filed a trademark for one thing known as “CS2”.
Over the previous few days, exercise by Valve within the Steam backend urged that one thing was within the works. The developer made a collection of adjustments to the Counter-Strike: World Offensive Steam archive this week, including new executable recordsdata below the title “CS2” in addition to updates and adjustments to the Counter-Strike World Offensive beta platform.
Moreover, based on PCGamesN, Valve submitted a trademark for “CS2” to the US Patent and Trademark Workplace (USPTO) on Tuesday (March 14).
Notably, the submitting contained a “associated properties part”, which particulars every other Valve emblems “CS2” could also be related to. It contained two serial numbers; looking out these two serial numbers reveals two different Valve properties, Counter-Strike and CSGO.
Information of Counter-Strike 2 was reported earlier this month by journalist Richard Lewis, who claimed that he was informed of the sequel by nameless sources with information of growth.
Lewis’ report claimed that the sequel will “nearly actually” be launched below the title Counter-Strike 2, and a beta is deliberate to launch in March. It’s claimed that plenty of skilled Counter-Strike gamers have already examined the sport in secret, with Lewis’ sources claiming Counter-Strike 2 is “about able to go”.
Based on Lewis’ sources, Counter-Strike 2 has been a precedence for builders at Valve and has been in growth for a while. The supply added that Counter-Strike 2‘s growth is the explanation that plenty of points have gone unattended in World Offensive.
“The massive precedence is getting this out after which sprucing it, fixing any bugs and bringing it as much as the extent individuals count on from CS,” the supply claimed.
Rumours of Counter-Strike 2 first surfaced earlier this month, with Nvidia’s newest driver replace that includes recordsdata named csgo2.exe and cs2.exe. Nonetheless, Valve is but to formally verify that the sport is within the works.
Final month, Counter-Strike: World Offensive featured a shock collaboration with Denzel Curry.