The developer, under the pseudonym Gabe Vollower, introduced a record of the Counter-Stricke game on the Source 2 engine. During the game's existence, Valve has never moved a popular sounder to the last version of the engine, so fans eventually took over.
==History==Maxim, a Russian-language developer, told his YouTube channel that he was creating his version of Counter-Strike: Global Office on the Source 2 engine.
Even if Valve moves the original game to a new engine, the Gabe Follower version will still be relevant because it is designed to use different modifications and new mechanics. The source code of the shooter will later be published on GitHub.
The whole film consists of a demonstration of Counter-Strike: Global Office on Source 2. However, the graphical differences with the original game are few, because that was not the goal of the developer. And yet, you can see improved lighting and effects.
The final version of Counter-Strike: Source 2 is not available.