The Counter Strike: Global Offensive Closed Beta has been pushed back to address some feedback.
The closed beta was meant to begin in October but in an interview with ESEA News, Valve’s Chet Faliszek said that they had received gameplay feedback from Counter Strike expert testers who highlighted some issues.
When the closed beta does go up a maximum of 10,000 players will test out Counter Strike: Global Offensive, with the player numbers increasing in stages.
Once closed beta testing has been done, an open beta will launch for everyone. Chet, speaking about the open beta, said “It will be the release game that you’re just playing and then at some point we’ll say, ‘Okay, now we’re going to officially release it.’
A new release date for the closed beta is yet to be announced by Valve.