Shroud Wants CS:GO to level up and compete with Valorant, provide some suggestions

Polish-Canadian streamer, Michael “Cerement” Grzesiek, while reacting to the newest Valorant agent ‘Neon’ in a Twitch stream recently ended up comparing the game to CS:GO once again. This is clearly not the first time Shroud has compared the two titles, previously called CS:GO an ‘explosive game’ due to the slower paced gameplay.

This time around, the 27-year-old seems frustrated with Valve’s poor handling of Counter-Strike and the current state of the game, as he boldly declares that CS:GO is the “day like hell”.

While he does give his thoughts on the game rather stoic, in the end, Shroud did provide a few pointers from his side on how Valve can improve CS:GO so it can keep up, and better compete with Valorant.

Shroud Criticizes CS:GO While Comparing It To Valorant, Gives A Few Suggestions On How To Improve

Popular Twitch streamer Shroud, despite switching to Valorant, still loves CS: GO. He may not play the game professionally anymore, nor stream as often, but he continues to care about the game and its community.

During a recent broadcast while watching the trailer for new Valorant agent ‘Neon’, he ended up comparing the game to CS:GO, making some rather critical comments about Valve’s shooter.

The former Cloud9 CS:GO player was clearly upset that Valve did nothing to improve the current state of the game, which is thwarted by cheaters and recently started facing performance issues where random players experience heavy frame drops.

However, his harsh criticism was not directed at CS:GO as Shroud went on to offer a few suggestions to Valve on how they could improve the tactical shooter.

Shroud only seems to be worried about CS:GO in the long run as Riot Games is being proactive when it comes to Valorant, while Valve is true to its very nature preferring to move things along at a much slower pace. Currently, both games are having a healthy competition between them. Shroud Wants CS:GO to level up and compete with Valorant, provide some suggestions


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