IEM Fall to be played on latest CS:GO update

ESL confirmed in the present day that IEM Fall, the final Regional Main Rating (RMR) occasion for the PGL Main Stockholm, will use the latest CS:GO replace that was launched alongside Operation Riptide.

This may deliver important modifications to the meta. On this new model of the sport, gamers can drop utility the identical manner they dropped weapons. The C4, Mud II and Historical have been up to date, the M4A1-S has been buffed, and the Desert Eagle has been nerfed.

Valve-sanctioned tournaments like IEM Fall normally run within the newest model of CS:GO and it gained’t be completely different this time. The final RMR event forward of the PGL Main Stockholm will kick off lower than every week in 4 of the six areas, so skilled gamers gained’t have a lot time to organize. “Change is sweet, however it could be too near the most important with the grenade change,” Nicolai “dev1ce” Reedtz tweeted yesterday.

These are unhealthy information particularly for groups like Natus Vincere, FaZe Clan, Complexity, and OG, who need to play the BLAST Premier Fall Group C within the earlier model within the upcoming days, whereas having to apply within the newest replace so as to put together for IEM Fall. “Actually nice if you need to play the previous model for 4 extra days for BLAST earlier than your in the future journey, one media day then first match at IEM,” said Graham “messioso” Pitt , Complexity’s normal supervisor of CS:GO

IEM Fall will begin on Sept. 29 in Europe, CIS, South America, and Oceania. The North American and Asian tournaments will kick off on Oct. 5 as a substitute. | IEM Fall to be performed on newest CS:GO replace


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