After being tested in the Steam Workshop, the new Cache has finally been released into CS: GO by Valve and players can now enjoy it on official servers in Casual, Deathmatch, and Scrimmage. The new Cache comes from the original creators Shawn “FMPONE” Snelling and Salvatore “Volcano” Garozzo and it has been in the work for over two years.

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While there are some areas of the CS: GO Cache rework that will play a bit differently than the original with minor tweaks here and there, the biggest aspect is no doubt the visual overhaul. There’s this green overgrowth look to the map representing the look of an abandoned Chernobyl.

With the release of the new Cache into CS: GO also comes a new weapon case and stickers. The CS20 Weapon Case and Sticker Capsule hold some awesome cosmetics for players try and get, with the rare special item being none other than the iconic CS 1.6 knife which Valve recently started teasing, with the classic look as well as several other finishes.

Today we are releasing the CS20 Case to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of Counter-Strike. This weapon case contains a variety of themed weapon finishes from the Steam Community Workshop and features the Classic Knife as the rare special item, a classic of the Counter-Strike series. Also available today is the CS20 Sticker Capsule, featuring 20 community-designed stickers.

It remains to be seen how long it will take for the new Cache to make its way into the CS: GO Active Duty map pool and at the time of writing, it is unclear which map it will replace.

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What do you think about the new Cache and the CS20 Weapon Case? Let us know in the comment section below.

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