CS: GO received a new update today, and here’s the complete list of changes and fixes added with this patch. The game has a pretty large fan base, and Valve supports it with updates that bring several changes to the game. The game received a new update a while ago, which focuses on the game’s issues. The patch notes of the CS: GO March 25th update are below.
CS: GO March 25th Update Patch Notes
- Fixed common asserts.
- Removed Trade-Up contract UI for Limited Test.
- Fixed multiple items showing up in the inspect panel.
- Use correct audio device name when user picks “default” device.
- Added weapon drop sounds to minimap distance broadcast.
- Lowered volume of some dust2 ambience.
- Added some missing ui sounds.
- Lowered volume of flashbang ringing and volume ducking effect.
- Reduced stereo spread of grenade explosions.
- Fixed phasing with deathmatch kill bonus sound.
Game – CS: GO March 25th Update Patch Notes
- Fixed various game crashes.
- Smoke bullet holes are now fixed relative to the firstperson camera.
- Smoke grenades dropped in small crevices no longer detonate on the incorrect side of thin walls.
- Players can no longer pick up weapons while dead during a competitive match.
- Fixed dropping weapons during the team intro.
- Fixed +voicerecord getting stuck on when held during team intro and released after.
- Chat messages sent during end of match no longer show players as DEAD if they were dead at the end of the last round.
- Fixed handling game input keys such as +voicerecord while panorama has focus.
- Added netgraph.
- Fixed flickering with MSAA.
- Fixed smoke cloud volume lighting.
- Fixed stencil issue on glass when MSAA is disabled.
- Updated various weapon finishes based on community feedback.
If you want to try it yourself, CS: GO is available exclusively through Steam on PC (as it’s a Valve game, after all). For more information regarding this update, here’s the official Steam page.