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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Devs Decline Fans’ Demands

Some Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players want congratulatory dances and phrases to come to the game, just like Fortnite. However, the attitude of the devs of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive on this issue is quite clear: No.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, or CS: GO for short, has been in the game world for years and is still preferred and played by millions of players. Of course, players have various expectations from CS: GO, which was released in 2012. One of the demands of the players in this direction was the addition of celebratory dances or such expressions to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, similar to the popular battle royale game Fortnite. Finally, a response from the devs of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to this request from the players.

A Negative Response To Celebration Dance Request From Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Devs

An e-sports player named Haci (@DonHaci) wrote “Give people what they want” in a video post on his Twitter account and tagged CS: GO. In the video shared by Haci, there is a moment when a character in the game dances. The official Twitter account of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive also responded to this post by Haci very briefly and clearly: No. So if you have such an expectation from CS: GO, you can put that expectation on the shelf.

It is now certain that the celebratory dances and expressions in Fortnite will not come to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’s official servers, at least in the near future. However, in addition to the official servers, the game also has community servers. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Mod devs can make use of various dances and expressions on these servers.

Well, what do you think about this subject? Do you think celebratory dances and expressions similar to Fortnite should also come to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive? Or is the game good enough as it stands and there is no need for such moves? You can share your ideas with us in the comments section.

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