Valve just dropped a pretty key change into Counter-Strike: Global Offensive as part of the FPS game’s January 7 update. Alongside a bunch of tweaks to CS:GO’s maps and some other miscellaneous changes, the devs have changed how bots work in the multiplayer game’s competitive and wingman modes – namely, they won’t really be a thing anymore. “When a player disconnects or is kicked in classic competitive and wingman modes, they will no longer be replaced by a bot,” the latest CS:GO update notes explain. So, if one of the players on your team drops off of a match or is removed, you’ll essentially be a teammate down following the change, unless they’re able to hop back in – there won’t be some AI to help make up the shortfall. Alongside this, the patch notes explain that if an entire team leaves a match, they’ll be replaced by just one single bot, “idling in spawn”, which should be easy to pick off by the remaining team’s players.
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