Hints of his announcement keep coming.
Counter Strike is one of the most popular titles in the video game industry.
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Since its launch a decade ago it has been seen as Counter Striker: Global Offensive has become one of the most popular games, being so that there are many who enjoy this shooter to the point that it continues to be at the top among the top most used games on Steam. However, despite its success, it appears that Valve could have plans for the title in the form of a sequel.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
This is not something that should take us by surprise, since rumors about an imminent announcement of the sequel to Counter Striker have been a constant in recent weeks, while too many clues are being seen around what could be to arrive And if with this we did not have enough, now it comes to us new information regarding Valve.
A registration in the United States Patent and Trademark Office raises speculation
Being a title in which there are fans who even spend an immense amount of money on skins, there is no doubt that there is a market interested in Counter Striker, even though, given the rumors of a sequel that is on the way, it has been possible to see what Valve has registered a trademark which indicates that we are dealing with something more than a rumor.
And it is that, as reported by PCGamesN, Valve would have filed a registered trademark in the United States Patent and Trademark Office for something titled CS2, which is by far quite a significant clue facing the announcement of the sequel, since, if the name was not enough, it seems to be linked to Counter Strike because the registration has been carried out in relation to this title.
It should be noted that today no official announcement has been made, but rumors speak of an imminent announcement to release the game in late March or early April. If this were the case, Valve had better hurry, as they are starting to run out of time. Likewise, it is unknown what implications this title would have, although that is something that remains to be seen.
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