Play Special CSGO mod in Dust 2 VR

Have you always wanted to start a first person counter strike? Now there is a way to play CS: GO in VR with a new Half-Life: Alyx mod that ports Dust 2 and other assets to the Source 2 engine.

The Source 2 port of CS: GO is the city talk. Everyone wants to get their hands on it, no matter what. The updated engine will no longer affect players that much, but it will take the game to a whole new level in terms of modding and other things.

With the excitement at an all time high, people are looking at other games that are already on Source 2 to find their solution. If you want to explore Counter-Strike with the new engine, you can do just that if you have access to a VR headset.

With the mod developed by Gabe Follower, you can port CS: GO cards into Source 2 Film Maker and other software, including Half-Life: Alyx. This means that in visual reality, you can start a first-person perspective of everything from Counter-Strike.

The first package contains Dust 2, all character models, weapon models and more. If you feel more inspired, you can import agent skins, weapon skins, and even some of the other cards you can play with.

Although it's not an official mod, it aroused Valve's interest a bit. The official CS: GO account replied to Gabe Follower's unveiling video and made fun of the code he wanted to put in the bomb .

It is not the first time that CS: GO has been ported to VR. There are mods for programs like SteamVR and Pavlov that allow players to walk around - and even play on: - CS: GO cards in VR.

However, this is the cleanest rendering to date, and the first to use the Source 2 engine CS: GO is expected to be ported. Half-Life: Alyx compatibility allows players to understand what to expect when CS: GO does the same.

Of course, it's a bit different than what players would normally imagine Dust 2 to be. The perspective is different, and running a game in VR is very different from running it without it. However, it is a demonstration of the functionality of the Source 2 engine.

While the right CS: GO VR isn't in sight yet, it's still a different perspective that hardcore fans will surely appreciate.

If you want to circle a Dust 2 Source 2 port yourself, you can download the assets from the Steam Community Workshop. You'll need the appropriate software and a VR headset, but if you have both of these things on hand, it's definitely worth it.