Dataminers Proved CS:GO Transfer to Source 2

Datamainers found a reference to CS:GO on the Source 2 engine in the extended toolkit for modification developers in Half-Life: Alyx. An ambiguous code element was found in the file build_watch_info.txt, which is publicly available on GitHub by reference.

An element  of code with a reference to CS:GO on Source 2

Earlier there were many rumors about Valve's shooter moving to Source 2. It is expected that CS:GO will receive a global update on May 18, but one of the developers of the game Ido Magal the day before urged the community not to trust insiders' guesswork.

Source 2 is used in Dota 2, Half-Life: Alyx and other Valve games. Experts believe that switching CS:GO to a new engine may improve performance, but will not have a significant impact on the game's graphics and physics.

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