Valve shuts down Operation Shattered Web

Apr 1, 2020

On 31st of March, Valve announced that Operation Shattered Web is no longer available in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Some other changes have came in our beloved game.

Just a day before April’s Fools Valve rolled out new update for CS:GO. The biggest ones are shutting down Operation Shattered Web and introduction of Prisma 2 Case.

Casual players can now play on two new maps: Anubis and Chlorine, while Breach and Studio are being removed.

[ MAPS ]

– Breach and Studio are no longer available on official matchmaking servers.
– Anubis and Chlorine have been added to official Casual, Deathmatch, and Scrimmage game modes.

[ OPERATION SHATTERED WEB ]

– Operation Shattered Web is now over. Players who have an Operation Shattered Web coin in their inventory at this time will receive commemorative inscriptions on their coin with the number of completed operation missions and number of stars attained.

[ PRISMA 2 CASE ]

– Introducing the Prisma 2 Case, featuring 17 community-designed weapon finishes, and the Horizon Knives in Chroma finishes as rare special items.

[ MISC ]

– Players who are eligible for cross-promotional content from The Master Chief Collection and Half-Life: Alyx will be able to receive the cross-promotional CS:GO items even if they are VAC banned in CS:GO.
– Fixed game state integration data output for clients in team coach slot.
– Fixed misalignment of agent poses on main menu.
– Added missing voice lines for Mr. Muhlik.

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