Among all FPS games, CSGO has the most in common with Valorant. Many Counter-Strike players have moved to the Riot title, but some still chose to stay or return to Valve’s production.
At this point, we can confidently talk about the mixing of the two communities as players begin to map Valorant in CS.
How is split in CSGO?
Below are the screenshots showing the Split map in Counter-Strike. The location was mapped really well and it certainly took a lot of time for the player. Currently, Split has been subscribed to in the Steam workshop by nearly 5,000 users. The map is available for viewing and download at a link in the Steam Workshop.
It is very likely that we will see more maps and Valorant items in CSGO soon. The Steam Workshop allows Counter-Strike users to implement literally any ideas, so everything depends entirely on the willingness and initiative of the community.
However, a very important question arises, what does Riot say? After all, it’s like there is some kind of special copy of what the developers of Valorant have created and invented. If the map becomes more popular, its creator may have quite a problem.