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Counter-Strike Online
CSOnline
Overview
Developer(s) Flag America Valve Corporation

Flag Korea Nexon Corporation

Publisher(s) Flag Japan Flag Korea Nexon

Flag China TianCity
Flag Taiwan Flag HongKong Gamania
Flag Singapore Flag Malaysia IAHGames
Flag Indonesia Megaxus

Engine GoldSrc
Released TW July 24, 2008
Genre(s) Online FPS
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Requirements
System requirements Minimum Requirements
  • Intel Pentium 4, 1.2 - 1.5GHZ
  • 512 MB RAM
  • Nvidia GeForce 4 Series 128MB
  • Internet Connection
  • 1GB Hard Disk Space
  • DirectX 9.0C

Recommended

  • Intel Core 2 Duo and above
  • 1 GB RAM
  • Nvidia GeForce 7600 256MB and above
  • Internet Connection
  • 1GB Hard Disk Space
  • DirectX 9.0C
Inputs Mouse, Keyboard
Counter-Strike Online is an F2P (Free-to-Play) MMOFPS (Massively Multiplayer Online First Person Shooter) developed by Nexon Corporation with oversight from license-holder Valve Corporation, makers of the official Counter-Strike and the award-winning Half-Life series.

OverviewEdit

A remake of Counter-Strike 1.6 and uses contents from both 1.6 and Counter-Strike: Condition Zero, the second installment of the Counter-Strike series and Counter-Strike: Source. There were many improvements made, new items, weapons, maps and modes were introduced. Riding on its fast-paced and adrenaline pumping tactical game play, Counter-Strike has moved on to garner great success with an ever-growing and dedicated fan base following to become the world’s most popular FPS game. Ask any FPS player out there about how they first got weaned into this genre of gaming and they will without a doubt, cite Counter-Strike and acknowledge it as the pioneer of FPS games set in a realistic environment.

ModesEdit

New weaponsEdit

MeleeEdit

PistolsEdit

ShotgunsEdit

Submachine gunsEdit

Assault riflesEdit

Sniper riflesEdit

Bolt-action:

Semi-auto:

Auto:

Anti-material:

Machine gunsEdit

Light:

Heavy:

MiscellaneousEdit

EquipmentsEdit

MapsEdit

CharactersEdit

AmmunitionEdit

ItemsEdit

SetsEdit

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