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Valve Brings Sprays Back To Counter-Strike As Consumables

2016-11-08  Latest     Source: 未知  
Image: Counter-Strike/Valve While Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has moved mountains in reviving the competitive and casual communities of the iconic PC shooter, one thing has always been missing: the ability to spray graffiti on walls. S
Image: Counter-Strike/Valve

While Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has moved mountains in reviving the competitive and casual communities of the iconic PC shooter, one thing has always been missing: the ability to spray graffiti on walls. So after being lobbied by fans for years, Valve is finally bringing sprays back. But as always, there's a catch.

In a FAQ posted on Steam's support site — instead of the official Counter-Strike blog — the developer announced that graffiti would be reintroduced to the franchise as consumable patterns, which could be purchased directly, through special Graffiti Boxes, or earned as free weekly drops when players rank up.

Even for a community accustomed to a virtual economy where players hand over money for skins, stickers, sound packs and badges for fantasy betting, the reaction has been fairly savage. For one, it's the reintroduction of a feature that used to be a staple of any Valve game. Hell, it even became a handy way to grief players in Team Fortress 2.

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