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Counter Strike 2 Patch Notes for June 4

Counter-Strike 2 received a new update on June 4, namely fixing a couple of issues, including scores not being correctly incrementing in Deathmatch and Arms Race. There’s was also a case where players were able to clip their first-person camera through ceilings, and should no longer be there.

Other than that, Valve announced that the game has also received various stability improvements. You can find the full patch notes below:

Release Notes for 6/4/2024

[ MISC ]
  • Fixed a case where scores weren’t incrementing correctly in Deathmatch and Arms Race
  • Fixed a case where players were able to clip their first-person camera through ceilings
  • Fixed a case where the C4 could get stuck outside the playable area
  • Various stability improvements
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