Despite the fact that there are still people assimilating all the news and the announcement of Counter-Strike 2, it is very important to highlight what happens with one of the most important aspects in the shooter economy: skins. This skins market is, without a doubt, the most important pillar of the Valve video game. The amount of money that moves in these transactions and on external pages can be absurd due to their large amounts of real money, and the developer is aware of this.
As they have already announced, all items collected will be preserved, you will keep all your skins and collectibles from the launch of CS:GO in August 2012, which will now look much better in Counter-Strike 2. Valve’s announcement of “bring everything your CS:GO inventory to Counter‑Strike 2” has been well received by some. Players who have access to the beta will now be able to enjoy their skins, stickers, and characters within it. In this way, players will be able to check which skins and stickers are better or worse within Source 2. All this has had a direct impact on the Steam market, where skins, stickers, skins and boxes with a certain value have increased their price considerably during the last hours.
From the beginning the developers have had to be very careful that this update does not affect all the aspects that are currently in each inventory. With the new graphic engine, the skin community will not be affected at all and even “they will look even better with the new lighting and environment” that has come to the shooter. It should be noted that others may lose their value.
All in all, the update has been a hit with Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players, and the value of skins and other items is expected to continue to rise on the Steam market. With the new graphic engine, the skins will look even better and the community will not be affected. All this demonstrates the importance of the skins market in the game and in the world of video games in general.
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