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Box artwork for Counter-Strike: Source.
Counter-Strike: Source
Developer(s)Valve Corporation, Turtle Rock Studios
Publisher(s)
System(s)Windows, Mac OS, Linux
Preceded byCounter-Strike: Condition Zero
Followed byCounter-Strike: Global Offensive
SeriesCounter-Strike
Release date(s)2004
Genre(s)First-person shooter
Players2-32+
ModesMultiplayer
Rating(s)ESRB MaturePEGI Ages 16+OFLC Mature Accompanied & RestrictedUSK Ages 16+
LinksCounter-Strike: Source at PCGamingWikiCounter-Strike: Source ChannelSearchSearch

Counter-Strike: Source is the sequel to the popular mod for Half-Life, Counter-Strike. It was designed and created from the ground up by Valve Software, using their new Source engine. Counter-Strike: Source features highly-realistic physics courtesy of the Havok physics engine, and detailed maps and models. Official maps for Counter-Strike: Source are mostly based on the original Counter-Strike maps, but there are a few new ones. Many were mapped by Turtle Rock Studios, and the rest done internally by Valve staff.


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