After a long wait, the tench CSGO operation is finally here, and it brings with it a number of new additions to the competitive shooter. Other than three new skin collections, players can also enjoy the Retake game mode, new co-op missions, and much more! Here’s everything you need to know about Operation Broken Fang price.
Operation Broken Fang Pass Price
The Operation Broken Fang Pass is priced at about $15 USD, which is almost the same as the Shattered Web Pass released last year.
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Buyers will get plenty of opportunities to get their money back, as the rewards system has undergone a major revamp, rendering players able to choose their own rewards.
Players have to complete different sets of daily missions in order to earn ‘stars’. These ‘stars’ can then be redeemed for rewards of the player’s choice.
The rewards include Skins, Operation Broken Fang Case, Stickers, Graffitis, Patches, and four tiers of agents.
If you have browsed the community servers’ section of the game, then you’re probably already familiar with the ‘Retake’ mode. However, the new and official Retake has some extra twists for those of you that are bored by the previous version.
For starters, this game mode will strictly be a 3 vs 4 matchups, where three Ts will defend an already planted C4 against 4 CTs. Players will also be able to choose a loadout card at the beginning of each round to retake (or defend) the bomb site. The first team to get to 8 round wins are declared the winners.
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This game mode is available for every CSGO player regardless if they purchased the Operation pass or not. In case you haven’t tried this mode yet, we strongly recommend you do.
Chat Wheel Sounds
Similar to their MOBA title Dota 2, Valve has implemented a fully-customizable chat wheel in CSGO.
“Quickly communicate with teammates by selecting common commands in a fully-customizable chat wheel,” the official blog post states. “Commands generate contextual pings that can be viewed by your teammates, and the resulting call-outs will automatically be translated in chat.”
This seems to be a nice addition to the game since it prevents players without microphones from the hassle of typing every callout in maps. This also speeds up the process of giving callouts, which can now be done in a matter of milliseconds with a single press of a button.