Gabe Follower: one of Valve's top developers is involved in porting CS:GO to Source 2

Popular data miner Gabe Follower in a video on his YouTube channel shared information on the progress of porting CS:GO to Source 2, which was previously indirectly confirmed by numerous reports of insiders and other data miners. According to him, Robin Walker, one of Valve's main developers, is involved in the porting of the game to the new engine.

As far as the source is concerned, now Walker is engaged only in Source 2-related projects. His involvement in the work on porting CS:GO to the new engine is evidenced by the fact that since the end of June he has entered the developer beta branch of CS:GO 19 times.

Robin Walker is one of Valve's most senior employees and has been with the company since 1998. According to Gabe Follower, he is in fact the right hand of Gabe Newell, but unlike the head of the company, he is involved in the development of various projects on an ongoing basis.

Earlier, Gabe Follower said that the porting of CS:GO to Source 2 should not be expected this month, but Valve might release something big like a new operation. The author also showed how the game might look on a more modern engine.