Gamers looking to have a play at the new Counter-Strike: Global Offensive might be interested to know that beta keys are now available to get, in exchange for filling out a Valve online survey. Once you have filled in the 5 minutes survey and sent in your computer specifications you will then have to wait to be called up by Valve to have a go.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) was expected to launch early in 2012 for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, but Valve’s Chet Faliszek has said that when the game launches will be down to the community. Valve explains:
“Today we are opening up our online survey to everyone. The next keys will be sent on the basis of this survey. If you don’t fill it out, you won’t be getting a key.
Over the coming months we will make selections from the survey participants. Sometimes we might add experienced players, other times new players. Sometimes 1.6 players, sometimes CSS players, sometimes people who have played neither.”
Source: EuroGamerFiled Under: Gaming News