While some gamers is likely to be eager to see an official remake of CS:GO map Mirage hit the FPS game sooner or later, one fan has determined to remake one of its key areas themselves. CS:GO fan Dooodaaad has reimagined the ‘B short’ portion the multiplayer game’s Mirage map, and it looks fairly unbelievable.

“While we wait for Valve to remake Mirage, I figured I’d give it a try,” the creator says. “Here’s what I did with catwalk!” As you may see in some before-and-after comparability photographs they’ve posted on Imgur here, the distinction is fairly astonishing. The beforehand minimalist road scene has been partially remodelled, with the constructing nook within the part’s centre changed into a country brick shelter with ornamental awning, hanging plant, and café desk with chairs. There’s additionally a scooter tucked away within the shadows.

As for the constructing forward, its beforehand naked façade has been given a bit of an overhaul, with ornamental new home windows that appear like these seen in Dust 2 and a gate entrance. While it looks very completely different from reside Mirage, the creator says they “remade the basic geometry from the original level exactly,” however “just decorated it differently”.

Sadly, it looks like we received’t see a complete fan-made overhaul of Mirage as Dooodaaad says they most likely received’t remake the entire map, although they might “re-do B” in addition to this “catwalk” portion. Plus, they add it’s “definitely not competitively viable” and that they simply focussed on the visible adjustments for his or her creation.

While we wait for Valve to remake Mirage, I figured I’d give it a try. Here’s what I did with catwalk! from GlobalOffensive

The map adjustment isn’t revealed to the sport’s Steam workshop, however for now you may drool over the remake above, and hopefully we’ll see the creator’s reimagining of Mirage’s B part within the not-too-distant future. Check out our CS:GO smokes and CS:GO tips guides at these hyperlinks if you happen to’re eager for some extra pointers forward of your subsequent spherical.