Last yr, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive group determine Nors3 revealed that – after years of fan hypothesis and hope – the traditional fan-made Counter-Strike map Tuscan was getting an “official” remake. Crafted by its authentic creator Colin ‘Brute’ Volrath and widespread group map Ruby’s creator Catfood, the all-new Tuscan is nonetheless very a lot a work-in-progress, and to date we have solely bought a peep at it by way of a few tweets and a guided walkthrough clip. Now, nevertheless, it is come to the CS:GO Steam Workshop.
Posted by Catfood on Steam Workshop, the new CS:GO model of Tuscan is tagged as ‘WIP’, and from the pictures included it is clear there’s nonetheless a methods to go earlier than it will be a totally polished and full map. Many of the flooring, wall, and object textures aren’t completed simply but – however, sufficient of the map is in place that we will get a extremely good thought of what the actual deal shall be when it arrives.
Compared to the authentic model – and an older creation from 2015 nonetheless obtainable on Steam Workshop – the newest remake is a a lot brighter map, with pastel-coloured buildings and loads of sunshine beaming down onto it from a blue sky. It’s aesthetically actually interesting, with extra intricate stonework partitions and buildings this time round.