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Latest revision as of 20:45, 25 December 2019

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<Counter-Strike: Source> Counter-Strike: Source (2004) is a recreation of Counter-Strike inside the Source engine, and the third game of the Counter-Strike franchise. It was the first Source game to be released, leading Half-Life 2 by some weeks as a Steam pre-order bonus. It features the Counter-Strike bot, the precursor to Left 4 Dead's AI.

As opposed to Counter-Strike there is no Assasination gamemode and no riot shield included. Included are the Hostage and Bombing scenario. A beta version, porting the game to the Orange Box engine, was finished and released Jun 23, 2010 for PC and Mac OS X. The game now features 144 new achievements, a domination and revenge system, MVP Awards, and a new scoreboard.

Official maps

Official maps:

Counter-Strike: Source has the following official maps included:

Hostage scenario:

  • cs_assault

Remake from Counter-Strike. Official Map since June 7 2005

  • cs_compound

No remake from Counter-Strike. Official Map since February 24 2005

  • cs_havana

Remake from Counter-Strike. Official Map since release

  • cs_italy

Remake from Counter-Strike. Official Map since release

  • cs_militia

Remake from Counter-Strike. Official Map since January 18 2006

  • cs_office

Remake from Counter-Strike. Official Map since release


Bombing scenario:

  • de_aztec

Remake from Counter-Strike. Official Map since release

  • de_cbble

Remake from Counter-Strike. Official Map since release

  • de_chateau

Remake from Counter-Strike. Official Map since release

  • de_dust

Remake from Counter-Strike. Official Map since release

  • de_dust2

Remake from Counter-Strike. Official Map since release

  • de_inferno

Remake from Counter-Strike. Official Map since March 15 2005

  • de_nuke

Remake from Counter-Strike. Official Map since December 15 2005

  • de_piranesi

Remake from Counter-Strike. Official Map since release

    • de_port

No remake from Counter-Strike. Official Map since February 24 2005

  • de_prodigy

Remake from Counter-Strike. Official Map since December 16 2004

  • de_tides

Remake from Counter-Strike. Official Map since January 17 2005

  • de_train

Remake from Counter-Strike. Official Map since February 24 2005

Content

  • Counter-Strike: Source (cstrike)
  • Source shared (hl2)
  • <Source> Source 2013 MP engine branch

Gallery

See also

Similar games

Other games of the Counter-Strike franchise: