CS:GO Operation Bloodhound update
(All from the update page)May 36 to September 30
Now available to all CS:GO players, Operation Bloodhound brings 6 community maps to official matchmaking, as well as all-new XP-driven profile Ranks--rank up by scoring in your favorite game modes and get a decorated weapon as a reward for your first Rank each week.Operation Blood hound Access pass:
Access Pass costs $5.99 USD through September 30thChallenge Coin:
The Operation Bloodhound Coin, displayed wherever your avatar is shown, is upgraded by completing your campaigns.62 New Campaign Missions:
62 missions in two all-new campaigns. Missions reward additional XP for completion and achieving bonuses.Falchion Case and New Weapon Drops:
The Falchion Weapons Case contains 16 amazing community-created weapon finishes and the new falchion knife. Additionally, pass holders will have their earned weapon drops come from the Operation Bloodhound exclusive weapon collections: Cobblestone, Cache, Overpass, Gods and Monsters, The Rising Sun, and Chop Shop - featuring 89 new weapon finishes.Operation Journal:
The Journal tells the story of your play during the operation. Visible only to you, check your stats for your competitive play and see where you rank with your friends on the leaderboard. New mission campaigns info
Campaigns are comprised of missions that vary in difficulty and reward. Completing a mission rewards you with XP. Completing a challenge mission rewards challenge stars that help upgrade your Operation Bloodhound Challenge Coin. Marksman:
When a member of the Coalition Taskforce goes rogue and joins The Phoenix, it falls on legendary sniper Sebastien Hennequet to form an elite unit to hunt him down. Join Sebastien as he teaches you the skills required to assassinate this vindictive operator.Revolution:
The Phoenix has been reborn; and its new leader, the enigmatic Valeria Jenner, has special need of you. Pick up your AK-47 and answer her call: for the fires of revolution burn brightly, and Valeria would see you stoke the flames.Guardian Co-op Challenges:
Recruit a friend to play these two-person defense missions against enemy Bots.Assassination:
Find and kill a specific person on the enemy team that has been volunteered to act as your story target.Competitive Scorecard:
Track key stats for all of your play in official competitive matches on Operation Bloodhound maps as well as all Active Duty maps.Friends Leaderboard
See where you rank against your friends in official competitive play during the operation.Weapons for Operation Bloodhound:Introducing The Falchion:
The Falchion is really more of a folding sword than a knife. This new Covert knife is only found in the new Falchion Weapons Case, along with 16 amazing community-created weapon finishes, exclusive to All Access Pass holders.Operation Bloodhound Exclusive Weapon Collections:
As their weapon reward for their first weekly Rank, All Access Pass Holders will receive a weapon from the Operation Bloodhound exclusive weapon collections: Cobblestone, Cache, Overpass, Gods and Monsters, The Rising Sun, and Chop Shop. Maps New and returning
-Agency by Puddy and rck (hostage rescue)
-Resort by 'RZL and YanzI (bomb defuse)
-Zoo by Squad and YanzI (bomb defuse)
-Log by catfood (bomb defuse)
-Rails by DehOlise (bomb defuse)
-Season by ted and FMPONE (bomb defuse)Adding XP system:
Play on official servers to gain XP and rank up your CS:GO profile Rank to show off to your friends. Your XP is determined by your won rounds ( in Competitive Mode ) or your score ( in all other modes ). Your first rank earned each week will reward you with a weapon drop. New campaign missions reward additional XP. Operation F.A.Q.:How often can I complete missions?
With an Operation Bloodhound Access pass, you are able to complete two missions right away. Every day, your pool of available missions will increase by one. If you're out of missions, just check back later - a countdown timer will show you how many hours are left before you can make more progress in your campaigns.How do I work on my mission?
Missions can be completed using official matchmaking for the specified game mode and/or map. If you’re not sure how to get into the right match, click on your mission in the Main Menu and select ‘Play’.I worked on my mission but don’t see any progress, what happened?
Mission progress is only logged at the end of a match; you will not make any progress if you leave early.If you stay until the end and still do not see any progress, make sure you are in the correct game mode and/or map, and make sure there is at least one other human player in your server.When you are able to make progress in your mission, your mission status panel (below the scoreboard) will be ‘Active’.How do I gain XP?
You will earn XP at the end of a match on official servers. In a Competitive match, your earned XP is determined by your rounds won. In all other game modes, your earned XP is determined by your score. Additionally, at the start of each week you will receive an XP bonus boost. During Operation Bloodhound, you can gain extra XP by completing missions.What happens when I earn enough XP to gain a Rank?
Whenever you gain a Rank, your CS:GO profile Rank will increase and you will receive a new profile icon. Additionally, your first Rank earned each week will reward you with a weapon drop. If you have an Operation Bloodhound Access pass, your earned weapon drops will come from one of the exclusive Operation Bloodhound weapon collections: Cobblestone, Cache, Overpass, Gods and Monsters, The Rising Sun, and Chop Shop.I haven't been earning any XP. What happened?
XP can only be earned on official servers, and is only earned at the end of a match; you will not earn any XP if you leave a match early. You can only earn XP when there is at least one other human player in your server.
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