Patrik “Zero” údel, an expert CS GO player for GamerLegion, released a new version of its hearing protection software today aimed at reducing the rate of hearing damage.
The 23-year-old boy, also studying Computer Science, has raise awareness recently about the sound of CS GO‘S flashbang can be if you spend a lot of time playing the game. According to Zero, the sound frequency and loudness of the grenade can cause tinnitus, a symptom where a person hears a constant or repetitive humming and is linked to ear damage.
Zero’s hearing protection works by lowering the game’s volume when you’re dead and flashed in CS:GO. A lot of players, both civilian and professional, play Counter-Strike at high volume so that they can hear their opponent’s footsteps and relay the information to their teammates. It’s one of the basic premise of team play involving CS GO matches.
Software used CS GO integrated state and it’s anti-VAC, according to Zero. That means you could theoretically play in the game’s official servers and not be banned from running it. The program has also been verified by FACEIT, a third-party matchmaking platform.
It’s not clear if Valve did something on its own to address the issue raised by Zero in one of the CS: GO’s next update. If you are having problems with your game’s Flashbang, you can try downloading the software here and experiment with it.
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