Virtually all players know Mirage, even those who have never played CS: GO.
It seems that you can expect a significant refreshment in the topic of maps. Let us remind you that the final stage of work on Tuscan has recently been confirmed, and now we are getting new information about de_engage.
Few know that the creator of Mirage has designed a few more maps. BubkeZ was responsible, among other things, for Engage, a location that gained its second life.
What does the new Engage look like?
The map from a few years ago has been transferred to CS: GO, and then renewed and changed to fit 2020. It required a huge amount of work, therefore it all took a long time. However, the effect is worth the expectation, which is confirmed by very positive opinions about Engage.
It is hard to say how the story of this map will unfold. It will definitely be one of the most popular when it comes to community creations. Its appearance as an official map is still questionable.
What’s funny, the map was already announced some time ago in other locations as well. However, you had to know what it was about to even understand the message from the posters.
Engage is currently being tested by professional players thanks to one of the hubs on FaceIt. You can also see it directly in the Steam Workshop. You can also hear about the location on one of the popular YouTube channels: