After updating the CS:GO from June 11, dataminers found hints of a new mode for the shooter in the game files. Information about this appeared on reddit.
Game files belong to Mirage and Inferno maps. They are intended for barriers in CS:GO and are called retake.asite and retake.bsite. Similar barriers are used to reduce standard maps in Wingman mode. However, in it, these objects are called differently-brush.bloker. The dataminer also found a new arena on the Mirage outside of the map.
On June 11, CS:GO developers updated the main tournament maps and improved the visibility of player silhouettes. One of the main innovations was changing the position of the doors at point B to Dust2. The next day, Valve added a profanity filter for text chat to the shooter.
Lelis joined the Quincy Crew
Fleiner Rodrigo Lelis of lellis Santos was the player of the Quincy Crew composition on Dota 2. The eSports player announced this on Twitter.
The debut of the new roster will take place at the BTS Pro Series Season 2: Americas tournament. On June 14, Quincy Crew will face Evil Geniuses in the League’s group stage. The match will start at 22: 00 Moscow time.
Lelis previously played for Ninjas in Pyjamas — he represented the club from January to April 2020. With the team, the eSports player took third place in the European qualification for ESL One Los Angeles 2020 and settled for a 7-8 place on WePlay! Dota 2 Tug of War: Mad Moon.
Quincy Crew Members:
Yawar YawaR Hassan;
Quinn Quinn Callahan;
Rodrigo Lelis Lelis Santos;
Arif MSS Anwar;
Avery SVG Silverman.
For fans of classics and spider-Man, the artist suggested an alternative design for the PlayStation 5
Australian artist BossLogic has revealed several PlayStation 5 customization concepts. He tweeted renderings of the black version of the console, as well as an alternative design for the game Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales. Later, BossLogic showed a variant with spider-Man from the Marvel film universe.
In April, BossLogic already offered alternative customization options for the DualSense controller, made in the themes of different games, brands and characters. At the beginning of the year, the artist imagined what the PlayStation 5 logo might look like.