Praveen Yadav | May 30, 2021 | 0
CS:GO DISAPPEARED FROM STEAM FOR A FEW INCREDIBLE, TERRIBLE HOURS
At around 12 PM in the US on March 9, CS:GO was taken out from the Steam store. A few games like, er, Paws and Claws: Pet Vet and Section 8: Prejudice were taken out simultaneously, as were DLC packs for everything from Fallout: New Vegas to Black Desert Online. A modest bunch of films and shows were eliminated too, including Mad Max, Clerks, and Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex. Really a dull time for our way of life.
As you can see on SteamDB, each title vanished on the double, and afterward they were totally reestablished barely two hours after the fact. There was no obvious drop-off in CS:GO players during that period, so it would appear that this just influenced the store page – not simply the game.
So far, this tweet has been Valve’s only response.
We’ve connected with Valve straightforwardly for additional subtleties, in light of the fact that truly, what the hell, man? One of the greatest multiplayer games on earth vanishes from its solitary customer facing facade for a couple of hours? We gotta realize what occurred there.
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