CS:GO Update: a New Submachine Gun MP5-SD
2018-08-16

CS:GO Update: a New Submachine Gun MP5-SD

Valve released a new update for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, which introduced a brand-new weapon to the game MP5-SD. It can be equipped in the MP7 slot and is currently available only in Offline mode and in Official Casual and Deathmatch servers.

Patch Notes:

GAMEPLAY

  • Added the all new MP5-SD, available for testing Offline and in Official Casual and Deathmatch servers. It can be equipped in your MP7 loadout slot.

MATCHMAKING

  • Lobbies advertised to nearby players and Steam Groups members will now expire after 5 minutes of the lobby leader’s inactivity.
  • Added a way to start advertising single-user lobbies to nearby players and Steam Groups members from the permissions dialog.

NETWORKING

  • Fixed a bug causing some players, especially on DSL connections, to experience high packet loss due to packets being delivered out of order.

PANORAMA

  • Enabled Panorama UI on Windows XP and Windows Vista game clients.
  • Enabled lobby chat when accept match popup is active.
  • Fixed various multi-line messages clipping last line of text.
  • Fixed unresponsive keyboard after typing and pressing ‘send’ in the chat panel.
  • Allow sending a Steam message to recent teammates using new Steam chat.
  • Spectator HUD elements now respect the cl_drawhud setting.
  • Fixed reconnect button when it appears over lobby chat.
  • Fixed MP7 walk up animation.
  • Game state integration includes a field “round_totaldmg” to track total damage the player dealt.
  • Various scoreboard bug fixes for different game modes.
  • Various stability improvements and fixes.
  • Fixed mapoverview icon scaling

HORIZON CASE

  • Added normal maps to Desert Eagle | Code Red and P90 | Traction

PERFECT WORLD

  • Improved reliability of downloading Overwatch evidence in Perfect World CS:GO game client.

MISC

  • This update includes a change to “csgo.exe” which, while signed with Valve digital certificate, may still trigger warnings in certain anti-virus packages and require users to manually change their AV software settings to update correctly.