Over the past few days, several leaks have surfaced on the internet that directly hint towards the Source 2 port for CSGO being just around the corner.
Here’s everything you need to know about the recent Source 2 leaks for CSGO:
The series of leaks started when Twitter user and popular CSGO leaker ‘Aquarius’ revealed that Valve had been testing out the fan-favorite bomb-defusal map ‘Cobblestone’ on the Source 2 engine.
Earlier this year, we had seen more leaks confirming that Valve had been working on porting some of the CSGO maps to the Source 2 engine for a while.
The maps that have already been reworked on the Source 2 engine include Inferno, Overpass, Italy, Shoots, Lake, and Shortdust.
These leaks were followed by a huge leak from ‘Gabe Follower’, which claimed that a speculated Source 2 port of CS:GO was being tested by the developers on the public App ID 730 instead of the usual private App ID 710.
[OPTIONAL:] With the testing of Source 2 beginning on the public CSGO App ID, it’s only a matter of time before Valve adds the Source 2 versions of the previously mentioned maps to the same, which brings us much closer to the actual release of the Source 2 engine upgrade.
Finally, dataminers were able to discover even more details about the CSGO Source 2 upgrade with the release of the Dota 2 Battle Pass on September 1st. The Dota 2 update included lines of code that hinted towards a potential Source 2 upgrade.
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