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Published: 10/Oct/2018 14:07 Updated: 10/Oct/2018 14:29by Matt Porter
Clever Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players have already found a way to escape the confines of the new Biome map.
The technique requires two people, and sees the players start on the Terrorist side of the map. Both players run through the door directly in front of them, then make their way to the metal railing on the left-hand side of the walkway.
Both players need to jump on top of the railing, with one player crouching down to allow the other to jump on top of him. The player is then able to jump off his partner, and glide down to a silver pipe in front of him.
From there, the player performs the same trick, jumping up off the pipe, and soaring through the air to the other side of the map, where the successful gamer is then able to exit the map.
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The player is able to make their way around the outside of the whole map, and can see through walls, allowing them to see where their opponents are at any time.
Biome is a community created map that has been added to the Casual matchmaking map pool alongside another fan designed map named Subzero.
The map was added to CS:GO in the 220.127.116.11 update for the game, that brought with it a massive update to the way economy works in the rounds immediately following the pistol round.
Also included in the update are buffs for the CZ75a and the Tec9, while the purchase prices for the AUG and the SG553 rifles have been lowered.