Counter-Strike: Condition Zero

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Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Counter-Strike: Condition Zero is an offering of single and multiplayer content with its Tour of Duty campaign, a large number of skirmish modes, updates, and new content for Counter-Strike's award-winning multiplayer gameplay, plus over 12 bonus single-player missions.

Official Condition Zero versions of the official Counter-Strike maps use the prefixes de (Bomb defusal) and cs (Hostage rescue) and the suffix cz.

Condition Zero's primary claim to fame is the included bots, which can be used to simulate multiplayer matches or to increase the number of players in a real multiplayer match. The bots feature excellent AI and have numerous configuration options to provide a better playing experience.

Condition Zero was originally developed by Rogue Software who were forced to scrap the project after internal problems resulting in Rogue's closure. Following Rogue's attempt, Gearbox was tasked with the job of creating Condition Zero. Gearbox's version was widely publicized, however after many delays, Valve eventually passed the job onto Ritual Software. Ritual Software's attempt was eventually scrapped, however, their work was modified and released as "Deleted Scenes". Condition Zero was finally completed by Turtle Rock Studios and Valve Software.

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