CSGO fans have been asking Valve for implementing the 128 Tick Servers to the competitive mode for a long time now. Other than the highest demand for Source 2, fans are desperately waiting for Valve to listen to their desire. However, it seems like Valve has finally listened to the community, and might release a surprise for them very soon. The organization hints towards the server upgrade in the game. A new server update also comes to the Operation Broken Fang missions. Let’s cover this esports betting news below.
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Operation Broken Fang
Operation Broken Fang is a very cool way of keeping the player base interacting with the game all the time. The operation requires players to play some number of missions every week. These missions can further lead to earning several stars. CSGO players can then use these stars for the purchase of in-game items. One of the missions of Operation Broken Fang is a co-op quest. This quest takes place on the ‘Autumn Harvest’ map. Multiple players who have explored the map explicitly while playing, have noticed that every single radio station on the map is tuned to a specific channel, 128. This is a big hint, and the community thinks that Valve is teasing them and will bring the 128 Tick Servers to the game.
On the Autumn Harvest map, all the radio stations are tuned to 128-channel. That leaves us questioning, that all the radio channels that are upside down, are also tuned to the same channel. Now, this does not look like a coincidence, and it gives a clear message that something related to 128 is coming to the game very soon.
Valve has not released any official statement about the release of the 128 Tick Servers in the game. The organization has also not spoken anything related to the radios on the map. During the ESL One Road to Rio April 2020, Cloud9’s professional, Henry ‘HenryG’ Greer pointed out this radio theory for the first time. After that, fans are looking at this teaser and asking Valve to make this rumor true.
After all these years, installing the 128 Tick Servers in the game looks reasonable. Valve can now listen to the fans and add the servers in the game, improving the experience for sportsbook users. CSGO’s main rival game, Riot’s competitive shooter, Valorant is already providing the 128 Ticking Servers in the game. A huge chunk of CSGO’s community has already moved to the new Valorant shooting game. We don’t know the real reason behind it, but 128 Tick Servers can actually play a vital role in this movement.
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— EFLgg (@EFLgg1) December 22, 2020
With fans predicting their wishes to come true, and Valve teasing them, it looks like the organization is finally deciding to give what the community asks. If Valve actually delivers the 128 Tick Servers in the game, there are high chances that CSGO will get back its lost audience in the previous months. Let’s hope for the best and look at some more hints by Valve. Make sure to check out all the CSGO online betting lines out in the esports odds section.