The patch notes for the November 13 update of Counter-Strike 2 have been released, highlighting a variety of crucial gameplay fixes that have been implemented.
Firstly, a bug causing players to unintentionally step up when colliding with each other has been fixed. Additionally, players can no longer slide up walls in Mirage mid, eliminating an exploit. Another bug that caused players to become trapped on geometry has been rectified. The functionality of “Zoom Button Hold: Repeat Disabled” has been restored, ensuring it works as intended.
Furthermore, a bug that caused shots not to register on the server when switching weapons immediately after shooting has been successfully resolved. Lastly, players can no longer shoot during freeze time at the conclusion of warmup, halves, and matches.
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