Counter-Strike: Source

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Counter Strike: Source (CS:S)
Developer(s) Valve Corporation
Turtle Rock Studios
Publisher(s) Valve Corporation
Distributor(s) Valve Corporation
Unalis (Taiwan)
Engine Source engine
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Release date(s) October 7, 2004
Genre(s) First-person_shooter
Mode(s) Multiplayer
Rating(s) ESRB: "M" 17+
PEGI: 16+
OFLC: MA15+
USK: 16+
Media CD (4) or Steam download
System requirements

Windows

Input methods Keyboard, Mouse, Joystick

Counter-Strike Source is a first-person shooter computer game developed by Valve Corporation. The game normally involves 2 teams, one called 'Terrorists' or 'T' for short & 'Counter Terrorists' or 'CT' for short.

About the game[change | edit source]

The game started off as a modification of Half-Life, called Counter-Strike. Its popularity grew enough that Valve made it into a retail game. Counter-Strike: Source is essentially the same game on the Source engine. It remains one of the most popular online shooter games in the world. The game has real-life weapons. Most of them are still used today.

Modes[change | edit source]

There are two officials modes, bomb-defusal and hostage rescue. The aim of the game generally is to kill the opposing force and carrying out other objectives such as defusing bombs and rescuing hostages.

Changes from the community[change | edit source]

These changes called modifications or "mods" for short, are created by the game's players generally and are not regarded as official changes. There are many mods such as Warcraft, Deathmatch, Gungame, Zombie Survival, and surf.

Reception[change | edit source]

  • Metacritic 88

Other websites[change | edit source]