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You Can Now Play Workshop Maps With Your Friends in CS2

On April 25th, Valve shipped out a Major update to Counter-Strike 2. The new CS2 update introduced a bunch of new and exciting changes for the players to enjoy, including left-hand view models, bob improvements, Inferno changes, a new Active Duty map pool, and much more.

But did you know that the recent CS2 update has finally delivered one of the most heavily requested features by fans ever since the game debuted?

New CS2 Update Enables Players To Practice With Friends

Encounter the "Failed to Find Dedicated Server" error in CS2? Discover effective solutions including restarting the game, verifying game files, and managing workshop maps to resolve the issue and enhance your gaming experience.
Encounter the “Failed to Find Dedicated Server” error in CS2? Discover effective solutions including restarting the game, verifying game files, and managing workshop maps to resolve the issue and enhance your gaming experience.

Before the update, CS2 players were unable to play custom maps with their friends. Although community servers offered a workaround for accessing workshop maps, players were restricted to solo play when hosting a lobby with a workshop map.

The new CS2 update addresses that issue. Moving forward, players will be able to enjoy the wide library of CS2 custom maps with their friends.

This also enables parties to practice workshop maps and formulate new lineups or strategies for competitive games.

How To Play Workshop Maps With Friends in CS2

After the update, playing custom maps with friends is extremely easy and takes only a few seconds.

To play workshop maps with your friends in CS2, simply follow these steps:

  • Launch Counter-Strike 2.
  • Hit ‘Play’.
  • Select ‘Workshop Maps’.
  • Choose the map you want to play.
  • Invite your friends to the lobby.
  • Click on ‘GO’ to start the game.

That’s all you need to do to play workshop maps with your friends in CS2.
If you don’t have any workshop maps in your library. All you need to do is hit ‘Visit Workshop’ after going to the ‘Workshop Maps’ section and download any map you want from the Steam Community Workshop.

Sonu Banerjee
Sonu Banerjeehttp://www.talkesport.com
A fervent gamer and an eSports enthusiast. Loves reading, watching movies and playing games of all sorts.
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