CS:GO De Dust 2 Map Updated to Be More "Refined"

If you know anything about Counter-Strike - heck, if you've spent time in the proximity of anybody who knows anything about Counter-Strike - you know that Dust2 is the defining map of the game.

Valve announced on Twitter earlier today that an updated and revamped version of Dust II is being debuted in the next CS:GO beta depot. The map captures the essence of CS and in this new release we wanted to honor its pure form while buffing away the jagged edges.

What do you want to see in the Dust2 update? Valve has also adjust some of the map's geometry, removing or relocating objects that could obscure line of sight or interrupt movement. When Dust II is returned to the competitive pool, another map will be pulled out of play so it can be fixed up.

Here's what Valve said about one change to bomb site A, where the broken-down cars in that area have been merged into one. Along with this, certain physics based objects have been replaced with new static-interacting objects to avoid wonky physics with the game's engine. Dust2, according to official statement to be tested in next CS: GO beta release. Nearly every section of the new Dust 2 map has received visual overhauls that make it a lot more appealing to see.

With all of the map updates, Valve has also chose to treat fans by overhauling the villains of Dust II, the Leet Krew.