Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’s popularity has continued to increase since its release way back in 2012, and it is now the most-played game on Steam each week, with over one million concurrent players.
Today, Valve launched Counter-Strike 2, the largest technical leap forward in Counter-Strike’s history, that upgrades Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to the Source 2 engine, leveraging newer graphics APIs for improved fidelity and responsiveness.
NVIDIA has worked with Valve to make sure system latency, which is critical to winning, is at an absolute minimum with the addition of NVIDIA Reflex.
Counter-Strike 2: Victory Measured in Milliseconds
In competitive shooters such as Counter-Strike 2, higher FPS and lower system latency allow you to acquire targets faster, react quicker, and increase aim precision. GeForce RTX 40 series delivers the ultimate Counter-Strike 2 experience – the lowest latency with NVIDIA Reflex (sub 15ms PC latency) and the highest FPS. Gamers with compatible GPUs can enable NVIDIA Reflex in Counter-Strike 2 to reduce system latency by up to 35%.