Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has been living and developing for six years now. To somehow refresh the sensation of the game, Valve is preparing a new interface – it was called Panorama UI.
According to the developers, “Panorama” is the most significant change in the appearance of CS: GO since the release in 2012. The update affects almost all elements of interaction with the game – from the main menu to the table of points.
Valve says that he is still working on Panorama, but the main pieces are already ready. Therefore, the company launched an open beta for the community. So far, the new interface only works with training against bots – either alone or with friends.
To personally enjoy the panoramic view, open the CS: GO properties on Steam, go to the “Beta” tab and select the Panorama UI Preview assembly.
Note that Panorama UI is, it seems, some kind of the latest standard for the interfaces in Valve games: the same name has the updated menu for Dota 2.
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