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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Goes F2P; Adds Battle Royale

Lana! Valve announces Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is now free-to-play, and is also entering the danger zone with the addition of a new battle royale mode called Danger Zone. Those who have already paid for the the multiplayer shooter are being rewarded with Prime Status, which can be earned or purchased by everyone else, bringing its own perks and rewards. This page is home to the new mode, and the announcement has more details:

A new battle-royale game mode for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO), dubbed Danger Zone, is now available. In addition, CS:GO has gone free to play.

The next time existing owners of CS:GO login to play they will have their game files automatically updated via Steam to include the new Danger Zone mode. In addition, these players will be automatically upgraded to Prime Status (both free of charge).

Meanwhile, all Prime Status players are now eligible for the new Prime-exclusive Danger Zone Souvenir MP5-SD | Lab Rats.

Those new to CS:GO will have the option to play or pay their way to Prime Status ($14.99 US).

CS:GO is one of the world's most played online games and a leading esports title.

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