CS: GO’s Cache regeneration release date confirmed

One of Counter-Strike’s most popular fan charts is receiving a new jacket and the date of launch is now closed.

The cache was controversially substituted by Vertigo since it had been removed from the competitive map pool in March 2019.

The community has long been anticipating that the famous map will be re-released and will see what modifications the map developers have in mind.

The highly anticipated rework of Cache was lastly announced and presented in ESL One New York 2019 and the CS community was provided an initial insight into the map.

After the result of the national final sequence between Astralis and Evil Geniuses, the cache was revealed on 10 October.  Save the ##ht. Save the date.

After original experimentation, the map will likely enter the Active Duty roster again, but the map-cache will be replaced in rotation continues to be seen.

The designers of the re-making cache sat down with ESL to debate the method and to show what was changed since the competition was eliminated.

The withdrawal from the non-scoped falling dual AWP game of ESL One Cologne 2016 of its popular s1mples is one of the minor tweaks in the visual.

S1mple commented that it is always “time for a fresh one” S1mple.

In a rocky race against the new Star Ladder Berlin Champions, Evil Geniuses defeated the giants 3-1 in the 2019 Grand Final in ESL One New York.

You can test yourself on the newly re-designed map by returning to the CS: GO discussion on 10 October.