Oct. 31 – CS2 update saw a new massive wave of limited test invites to players in the world, except for one region.
This movement, which naturally dissuaded a large part of the CS community in that region, seems very attractive to a few players in Oceania. In the many posts posted on Reddit about changes introduced with the latest update, the players from the OCE claim they haven’t received an invitation since they did not meet the criteria to enter the post.
A blog post under the Valves said new invites have been put out, a player said if you don’t belong to OCE. I have no idea Australia is an unincorporated territory.
They really need to go open beta in Australia, every person with the invite cannt play even as they don’t give their tuxedo to enough players to get themselves a strong player base. We just need to help discover the aforementioned issues, a new frustrated Aussie added.
While you browsed social media, many players acknowledge that they received the beta, but they’re still the first to drop in the ocean.
CS2 players can finally enjoy Inferno with the latest update. Dubbed a picture, Dot Esports is re-imagining your face.
We hope that the case gets resolved soon and our Oceanic brothers and sisters can enjoy the new Inferno and everything that comes with it exactly like this.
With the latest update adding such massive players, the community is now certain that the release date will be around the corner. The game was announced in March and was said to begin this summer, which almost will come to an end in three weeks. If Valve keeps its promises, we should see a full release in the next 21 days.
Besides Inferno, the updated system introduced a revamped ranking system and confirmed the addition of MR12. Both significant changes were for the game.