There’s been talk in the Counter-Strike 2 community about the possibility of developers removing local configs and autoexecs from the game. Recent information directly from one of the developers puts these rumors to rest.
The rumor started circulating on social media platforms and gaming forums, leading to some worry among players. Many gamers find local configs and autoexecs to be quite useful, as they allow for customization and can even give a competitive edge.
Twitter user @gamersdont decided to take the matter into their own hands by contacting one of the developers directly. The developer’s response made it clear: there are no plans to remove local configs or autoexecs from Counter-Strike 2. This information was confirmed through an email that has been verified as authentic.
There are rumors that the developers plan to get rid of local configs and autoexecs in Counter-Strike 2.
User @gamersdont decided to ask one of the developers directly and found out that this is not the case. They have no such plans. I asked him to forward this email to me and… pic.twitter.com/dAp4HlQQzk
— Gabe Follower (@gabefollower) October 19, 2023
Local configs and autoexecs are integral to the gaming experience for many Counter-Strike 2 players. They provide a way to personalize gameplay, from controls to visual settings. Removing them would have been a big change, likely upsetting a significant portion of the game’s user base.
With this, the rumor about removing local configs and autoexecs from Counter-Strike 2 has been debunked. Gamers who rely on these features can rest easy knowing they will continue to be part of the game. It serves as a reminder that it’s always best to verify information before jumping to conclusions, especially regarding changes that could impact how we enjoy our favorite games.