ElvisGent68 wrote:Well with Battlefield 4 coming out this year and Titanfall next year on PC, I just see no hope in CSS or CSGO becoming a serious contender for people to tear it up and play like a BAUS! Plus you still have Source Engine 2 coming out, so maybe that will get people to make an amazing CSS 2 with that engine and seriously compete for the wallets of PC gamers in the future.
CSS is not a bad game, but it is showing its massive age and the numbers prove that since a few years ago you have over 90k players playing daily, but that number is lower and split between CSS and CSGO, so what is really needed is CSS 2.
I just bought CS Complete for (free for that matter-f2p) or 6 keys for opportunity costs,, yeaah, you sort of become a miser of ur tf2 stuff after you're trying fatten it up all this while
True, Battlefield's series got what's coming for them. their innovation is paying off but a large number of players sticking to the traditional way of cs. i dont see it going down anytime soon. games made by valve have low requirements yet great and brutal veterans remain
i'd prefer having a game over an animated hat.
yes, i know steam summer sale is around the corner but i doubt CS bundle would drop much,
CS:GO is 5 keys in Outpost. Used to be 4, but demand was great, more than L4D2.
Source is around similar though 5$ more in steam .
So 6 keys with CSGO card drops is a good deal, very few is selling for 6 keys, so if you want to grab 1 more:
CS Bundle is commonly sold for 7-9keys.
if youre a sniper in tf2, and you see 2 enemies, 1 with a gibus hat, the other with a burning Houwar, which would you like to headshot first ? seriously, the rotating peace sign/tf2 logo actually means "kill me first" to snipers
only hat i want is a searing plasma team captain for the medic but its 12-14 buds.
Dota 2 is the highest in terms of players per day, close to 300,000. CS series, TF2, L4D2 is still in top tens (or 20's). view stats in steam store tab.