CS:GO Anubis Collection officially released:
CSGO enthusiasts were thrilled when the game announced its latest skin line, The Anubis Collection, on April 25, 2023. With Anubis being added to the active map pool, players have eagerly awaited the release of a corresponding skin collection. The Anubis Collection draws inspiration from Egyptian deities and art forms, boasting a total of 19 weapon finishes.
As the Blast.tv Paris Major 2023 approaches, the timing of the Anubis Collection release couldn’t be better. For ‘Souvenir’ Collections to be available, there must be an existing skin collection associated with the map.
Players can purchase the new collection package directly from CSGO’s main menu if they wish to unbox it themselves. It is available in the ‘coupon’ section of the store, conveniently located beneath the main interface. Alternatively, specific skins can be directly bought from the Steam Community Marketplace by accessing the CSGO tab and selecting the desired skin, or on trustworthy third-party websites such as DMarket or Skinport. Various variants with different patterns, rarities, and wear (float) will be available for direct purchase.
The Anubis Collection Package is priced at $1.99 from the game’s main menu. However, individual skin prices may vary depending on their rarity and wear. It’s important to note that skin prices may fluctuate based on demand and supply in the CSGO marketplace.
The Anubis Collection introduces 19 new skins for a variety of weapons. Players can look forward to fresh finishes for weapons such as the M4A4, Famas, Glock-18, P90, and many more. With the Anubis Collection now available, players can add these visually appealing cosmetics to their arsenal before heading into battle. With that said, let us take a look at the brand-new finishes these weapons have received in the game:
Danger Zone Update
Valve, the developers of CS:GO, recently teased fans with cryptic hints of visual changes coming to Ember as the spring celebrations come to an end. This announcement has generated excitement among players, as it suggests the possible reintroduction of Danger Zone, a Battle Royale mode initially introduced in 2018 to create hype for the genre. The updated Danger Zone will feature increased underground lava, adding more risk to the gameplay.
In addition to the anticipation of Danger Zone, the new CS:GO Anubis Collection has also stirred up excitement among players and fans alike. The inclusion of new skins, particularly for the M4A4, has left fans amazed and eager for more updates from Valve in the near future. Players eagerly anticipate further enhancements and features that will continue to elevate the excitement and hype around CS:GO.