While everyone is anxiously awaiting the port of CS:GO to Source 2, Valve continues to improve the game. In the new CS:GO update released on 23rd June at roughly 03:00, the developer has made an adjustment to how bomb defusal functions, and added in a new music kit for good measure.
New CS:GO update: Bomb defusal change
While the new CS:GO update isn't the biggest one ever, and doesn't hold any map changes, there are two gameplay changes Valve has decided to make.
The biggest adjustment definitely pertains to bomb defusal. After the update, CS:GO bomb defusal progress will now reset if the defusing player turns too rapidly while defusing.
Further, the new CS:GO update also makes it impossible to apply graffiti to translucent surfaces.
New CS:GO music kit
A new CS:GO music kit is now available for players to enjoy.
The music kit, by Amon Adonai Santos de Araújo Tobin, also known as Amon Tobin, has been released by Valve, and it is called "All for Dust".
A description of the new CS:GO music kit reads: "From the producer who brought you the Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory OST, Amon Tobin lends his unique aesthetic to CS:GO… this time through tube amplifiers."
Lastly, the new CS:GO update makes text filtering no longer apply to names of received items in chat messages when players open containers or receive items during a match.