Last yr, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive neighborhood determine Nors3 revealed that – after years of fan hypothesis and hope – the basic fan-made Counter-Strike map Tuscan was getting an “official” remake. Crafted by its authentic creator Colin ‘Brute’ Volrath and widespread neighborhood map Ruby‘s creator Catfood, the all-new Tuscan is still very much a work-in-progress, and so far we’ve solely obtained a peep at it by way of a few tweets and a guided walkthrough clip. Now, nevertheless, it’s come to the CS:GO Steam Workshop.
Posted by Catfood on Steam Workshop, the new CS:GO model of Tuscan is tagged as ‘WIP’, and from the photos included it’s clear there’s nonetheless a methods to go earlier than it’ll be a completely polished and full map. Many of the flooring, wall, and object textures aren’t completed simply but – however, sufficient of the map is in place that we will get a extremely good concept of what the actual deal will probably be when it arrives.
Compared to the authentic model – and an older creation from 2015 nonetheless accessible on Steam Workshop – the newest remake is a a lot brighter map, with pastel-coloured buildings and loads of sunshine beaming down onto it from a blue sky. It’s aesthetically actually interesting, with extra intricate stonework partitions and buildings this time round.
But, it appears like we’ll nonetheless be capable to count on the intimate courtyards and slender alleys that made Tuscan a close-quarters fight form of a map in Counter-Strike again in the day, going by the walkthrough clip.
There’s no information on after we can count on the ultimate map to launch on the Steam Workshop, or whether or not we will count on it to hit the fundamental recreation sooner or later when it does arrive, however for now followers of the basic Counter-Strike map can rejoice at its (WIP) CS:GO debut.
If you’re eager to test it out for your self, you could find it at Steam Workshop here, and we’ve some helpful CS:GO tips and CS:GO smokes guides at these hyperlinks when you’re on the lookout for some pointers.
Top picture credit score: Brute and Catfood / Steam Workshop