CS: GO and TF 2 Source Code Leaked, No Room For Panic

Earlier today, the source code of CS: GO, and Team Fortress 2 has been leaked. The two FPS giants developed by Valve have had a successful history, but will the trend continue after today’s leak?

Valve has also responded on the matter, claiming the leak of the source code should not induce an alarming factor. Even if the leaked source code represents a ruining factor for the future of the game, Valve has stated that the leaked code is a reposting of a limited CS: Go Engine Code depot released to partners in late 2017.

Therefore, the integrity of the current builds remain stable, and there’s no room for any alarming view.

If it’s a word about a code introduced to partners back in 2018, then Valve has probably released numerous updates in this period, which further states that players should not be alarmed regarding the situation.

As always, security is one of the conjures. Valve possesses and, as such, will only continue to strengthen in the future.

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Amie Gammons

A huge fan of puzzlers. Would love to experience the world and takedown on every single and upcoming game title. In the free time love to sing, follow recent game rumors and try to decrypt them in the best possible way.

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