CS:GO Twitter Banner Updated, Fans Wondering if New Counter-Strike Release is Coming Today

It's definitely happening, as per ESL Counter-Strike's Tweet.

UPDATE: As per ESL’s Twitter, some already have access to the new version of Counter-Strike. Other notable accounts have speculated that we’ll be crowned with a new CS2 trailer but also a release of a new Counter-Strike version. Here you go:

The official Twitter banner for CS:GO has been updated, making many fans wonder if a new Counter-Strike version is on the horizon. The banner replaced the five counter-terrorist figures. The insomnia is about to kick in once again, as I cannot wait for this release too. We’re all fans of the traditional yet unique shooter, and waiting to slide on the promised 128-tick servers is unbearable.

Valve Corporation, the developer behind the popular Counter-Strike franchise, has recently filed several trademarks related to CS2 and Counter-Strike, further fueling speculation about a new release. With the updated banner now live, fans are eagerly anticipating the arrival of a new Counter-Strike version on the Source 2 engine.

The image update of the official CS:GO Twitter profile is detailed below:

While there has been no official announcement from Valve, the updated banner has generated excitement among fans eagerly awaiting a new Counter-Strike release. It remains to be seen whether the update signals an imminent release, but players are hopeful that more news and updates will be coming soon. Stay tuned for the latest developments in the world of Counter-Strike.

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