If you’re a fan of Halo and CS:GO, you can now celebrate the launch of the Master Chief Collection as Valve and 343 Industries are bringing you the ultimate first-person shooter crossover. It’s Halo exclusives into CS:GO, everybody!
The new Halo content in CS:GO, which came live after the Nov 26 update, features a sticker capsule and a new music kit, both inspired by the upcoming launch of the huge Halo bundle on Steam. Valve announced the release in a tweet back on Monday showing all stickers you might get from the capsule.
CS:GO players can buy the sticker capsule from the game’s main menu. Selling at €0.90 each, the capsules may contain one of 17 stickers, including ten paper rarities, five holo rarities, and two foil rarities. The fans of both franchises will be able to unlock the music kit in the game by buying the Halo Master Chief Collection when it comes out on Steam and logging at least five hours of play.
Halo’s Master Chief Collection bundle is hitting Valve’s game store on December 3 and will include the games Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST and Halo 4. Halo: Reach will be available as downloadable content.
New Missions & Map Tweaks
The patch also unlocks Secret Agent Man, a new set of six missions as part of Operation Shattered Web, which is already in its second week.
Other content released in this update that’s worth mentioning includes minor tweaks to Cache, which gets visibility and readability improvements, and clipping fixes.
The Studio map receives slightly more significant changes as its bombsite B is reduced and the cover on both bombsites is adjusted. The bomb explosion radius on the map is now increased to 600 from 500. The patch also removes “some props to improve visuals and gameplay on A/B entrances” and lightning increased on Back of bombsite A.
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