Tuesday, May 24, 2022

New CSGO update adds experimental Vulkan support » TalkEsport

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Valve rolled out a new update for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive that brings experimental Vulkan support to the shooter, among other changes. The new CSGO update isn’t a major one, but it introduces a number of small changes to the title, including general changes, Steam input updates, and UI changes.

Users can test the new experimental Vulkan support for CSGO by adding -vulkan to their command line. To do this, simply launch Steam, right click on CSGO in your library, go to properties and add “-vulkan” in the launch options.

Here are the patch notes of the new CSGO update as mentioned in the official one blog entry from valve:

[GENERAL]
– Fixed hammer crash on launch when not logged into Steam.
– Fixed input lag after closing radial menu.

[STEAM INPUT]
– FlickStick mode is now enabled in Options > Controller, unlike the SteamInput configurator. Bind your right stick (or preferred aiming stick) to “Joystick Camera” in the configurator.
– Fixed SteamInput ActionSet being set to “MenuControls” when refocusing the window.
– FlickStick behavior refinements.

[UI]
– Tooltips explaining console controller settings.
– Various fixes to sliders.

[LINUX]
– Added experimental Vulkan support. Add -vulkan to your command line to enable Vulkan.

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