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N0rb3r7: "CS2 is 100% ready for LAN. Ok, maybe around 70%" Exclusive CS2 player David "n0rb3r7" Daniyelyan thinks that Counter-Strike 2 is ready for competition on LAN, and that most of the issues are encountered in online play. He is sure that the game will be ready for the upcoming RMR and Major.

In general, the game is not ready for online matches. There are many issues, and sub-tick is affecting it strongly: At home, I often die behind walls, and AWP is quite hard to use. It all depends on sub-tick and ping. But after playing at ESL Challenger Jonkoping, I can say that CS2 is 100% ready for LAN. Ok, I lied, maybe around 70%. There are still issues, but it's so much better when playing on LAN without ping.

David "n0rb3r7" Daniyelyan

When asked if the new game will lead to problems and unexpected results, the player disagreed. He thinks that instead of game quality, the main source of "randomness" will be the roster changes, while the game will be ready.

It will be more affected not by the new game, but by 50% of the teams coming after roster changes. And some of them changed two or three players. ENCE lost their captain, Falcons are doing something. FaZe changed one player, so it's not that critical. Major will be random in that sense.

They'll adapt to the game. Valve ships one or two updates per week, so it will be playable for RMR, both LAN and online. It will all depend on the teams. So, it's hard to predict the likely winner. Maybe FaZe is the only one.

David "n0rb3r7" Daniyelyan

In our interview, n0rb3r7 shared the story of his unexpected comeback to the roster and discussed differences between new and old generation of players. You can read the full article below.

N0rb3r7: "Older players are thankful for the opportunity to fly to events, earn a living, fight for prize money. Young ones are seemingly not"
He was sure that VP will need him back, and he ended up right.

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