The script for censoring bad words in CSGO works “too effectively”.
The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive community has already gotten used to the fact that almost everything that Valve’s developers create must have a glitch. It is no different with the bad word encoder, whose task is to block swearing and insults. Unfortunately, the script plays tricks from the very beginning and censors perfectly normal and appropriate words.
The script blocks the number of shots hit in the console
The script often blocked usernames or even ordinary chat words as it interpreted them as offensive. It is no different in the case of messages generated by the game itself.
One Reddit user posted a screenshot showing how some of the shots hit information has been censored. It probably said “5 hits”, which the system read off as “Shits”.
The curse blocker is an absurd system that players have been laughing at since the beginning of the uprising. Developers should consider removing or at least repairing it.