Valve has removed requests to search for CS:GO vulnerabilities on the HackerOne portal.
This was reported by users of the platform on social networks. Changes to the updated company policy will take effect on June 14 at 8:00 PM Moscow time. At the same time, users of the reddit forum noted that this could mean the imminent release of Counter-Strike 2 or the start of open beta testing.
As a reminder, HackerOne is a platform where developers post requests for hackers. Specialists look for vulnerabilities in games and get paid for them.
Valve post on HackerOne platform
On May 27, as part of the Revenge of By the Numbers podcast, analyst Duncan Thorin Shields shared new rumors about Counter-Strike 2. According to him, an open beta test of the game is scheduled for Fall 2023.
According to the official statement from Valve, the release of the sequel should take place in the summer of 2023, but an exact date has not yet been announced. The developers showed only a few videos where they demonstrated the main features of the new Counter-Strike.
Source: Cybersport Metaratings
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