CSGO Patch Notes for September 1: Here's What's Fixed
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CSGO Patch Notes for September 1: Here's What's Fixed

Lloyd Coombes
2 September 2020

A small but important update.

CSGO just keeps on trucking, with the tactical shooter getting some fresh updates this week.

It's admittedly only a minor patch that focuses on fixing exploits among other things, but fans will want to know what's new.

CS:GO Patch Notes – September 1, 2020

As per the game's blog:

MISC

  • Bot behavior logic files can now be loaded from inside community-created BSP files.
  • Fixed certain user names not getting set on the server. (thanks, EmptyMags!)
  • Fixed several exploits. (thanks, Calvin!)

Valve's free-to-play shooter launched all the way back in 2012, and maintains a hardcore community - and has apparently drawn in 11 million players each month.

Not bad for what began life as a Half-Life mod, eh?

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