In a major CS: GO update back in March, Valve removed Cache from the Active Duty map pool and replaced it with Vertigo. As has become tradition, that meant that a Cache rework for CS: GO is happening and it looks like the rework is progressing really well. The creator of the original Cache, FMPONE, has shared a progress update on the map rework and it looks like there are only a few map sections left to do.
FMPONE has made some excellent progress on the map and there are only 3 sections left to do, but they are pretty important bombsite B sections and there is no indication of how long they will take to rework. The CS: GO Cache rework sections that the creator is still working with is Sunroom, B Halls and Heaven.
FMPONE shared his progress via Twitter in an image that you can view below.
As you can see from the image above, most of the CS: GO Cache rework is done. However, we shouldn’t expect the new map for a few months still, as it will likely release after the current CS: GO Major cycle, which ends on 8 September 2019. It will be interesting to see what changes are made to this classic map in the rework and how it will impact on pro tournaments and gameplay in the future.
For now, all we can do is wait for the CS: GO Cache rework to finally finish so we can jump back into this classic.
Are you a fan of Cache and what do you want to see in the rework? Let us know in the comment section below.