We Will See the Cache After the Start in Early October


All CS: GO fans are waiting for one of the maps that have been undergoing thorough rework for some time.

On March 29, Cache was removed from the pool of competitive maps in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and replaced by Vertigo.

As with previous maps, Cache has been removed so that developers can work on the rework in peace. Earlier this month it was reported that Cache had been completed and will appear on ESL One New York at the end of September.

Today we know a little more. The map creator informs that players will not be able to play on the changing map in September. Shawn ‘FMPONE’ Snellin on his Twitter profile writes that players will not get Cache in their hands after New York.

So finally the premiere of Cache is scheduled to take place as planned, at the end of September during the event in the USA (Sat, 28 Sep 2019 – Sun, 29 Sep 2019).
However, players will be able to play later, probably in early October. It’s probably about gathering the initial response to the entire map from professional players.