S1mple Calls Out Valve for Not Improving CS:GO, "I Will Make Your Game Better"
The developers have been called out by one of the best players in the world.
CS:GO has been around for almost a decade but it is far from being the perfect game. Despite the immense popularity that the title enjoys, things are glum when it comes to updating certain gameplay-related bugs that have been present for almost an eternity.
One of the best CS:GO players in the world, Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev, recently expressed his thoughts on the sad state of the game. The 24-year-old publicly called out the developers and communicated his disappointment with the choicest of words.
The ace marksmen asked Valve for a few million so that he could make the game better, specifically stating that he was not kidding: "Hey CS:GO just give me (a) few millions, so I will make your game better. Not kidding, at least your numbers will grow."
S1mple requests CS:GO developers "few millions" for improving the game
NAVI star player, s1mple, expressed his disappointment with the developers of CS:GO recently. He called them out publicly and pointed out how inefficient they were at solving many problems that have been plaguing the game for many years like the brightness bug, which continues to remain unfixed till date.
It is a well-known fact within the CS:GO community that certain gameplay-related issues are generally not fixed in a timely manner by the developers. So usually a lot of noise has to be made to highlight a game-breaking bug in order for it to get fixed.
The Major winner went on to request Valve for a few million dollars for him to take care of CS:GO and make it better, "not only professionally, but also for the players who rarely log in and want to enjoy the game."
He claimed his efforts at the very least would improve the game's player base, something that CS:GO has struggled with for some time now.
The community quickly came in support of this outcry by s1mple and started pointing out multiple issues that continue to erode away at the fun and excitement associated with the gameplay.
It remains to be seen if this has any effect at all on how things are handled by the developers going forward, or do we continue to experience the same grievances for the next ten years as well.