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New CS: GO Update Removes Zoo From CM, Adds Ruby and More

Valve continues to push out CS: GO update after update and it is honestly great to see that there is still such a commitment to the game. In the latest CS: GO update released today (30 May) in the early hours of the morning, the developer released a new update in which Zoo has been removed from official Competitive Matchmaking. In its place, Valve decided to add the map Ruby to which they also made a couple of adjustments.

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Zoo being removed from CM and Ruby being added isn’t the only or arguably even the most important change in the new CS: GO update. Valve has also made a change regarding kicking teammates abusively. Now, players will be limited to a single cooldown level for abusively kicking teammates even if they vote to kick multiple teammates in the same match.

Then, Valve also optimized map loading a bit, made some stability improvements and tinkered with Danger Zone. Check out the full patch notes as per the CS: GO blog for the latest update below.


  • Ruby has been added to official competitive matchmaking.
  • Zoo has been removed from official competitive matchmaking.
  • Players will now be limited to a single cooldown level for abusively kicking teammates even if they vote kick multiple teammates in the same match.

Danger Zone:

  • Radar Jammer price reduced to $1,250.
  • Slightly reduced the size of Ballistic Shield window.
  • During warmup players start parachuting from greater height.
  • Buy menu availability hints will no longer show during warmup.


  • Optimized map loading process by using ambient lighting data included in newly built maps.
  • Removed a development command for adjusting sound parameters.
  • Updated radar maps for Vertigo.
  • Stability improvements in decal rendering.


  • Fixed tram bug
  • Minor overall changes

What do you think about the changes in the latest CS: GO update? Let us know in the comment section below.

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