Long before Point Blank, War Rock, or Crossfire were popular in Indonesia and several parts of the world, Counter-Strike was one of the classic games whose popularity was timeless. That “ancestor” one of the FPS games and became the basis of any FPS game is still loved by his fans to this day.
There are various series of Valve’s FPS games, ranging from classics with numbers 1.0, 1.4, to 1.6, Condition Zero, Source, to the most recent Global Offensive. Even the license was bought by several South Korean developers to make a free version of the game. Each version has a slightly different style of play with a variety of maps. At least in terms of visuals.
Counter-Strike is generally played via PC. Although it was released on the console for the Global Offensive series, the PC became the leading platform for the popularity of the game. But what happens if the game is played via a browser? This is what the CS-Online team did.
CS-Online announced the browser version of Counter-Strike 1.6, the classic version of the series that is still popular today. You don’t need to register or have the game to play 1.6 via your browser. Even Steam is not required at all here.
CS-Online currently only has server support in Russia, Canada, India, America, Brazil and Germany. But also have other servers outside the primary server, one of which is in Asia and Europe. The game will have a variety of modes that are precisely the same as Steam Counter-Strike 1.6. Some classic maps such as de_dust, de_dust2, cs_assault, to cs_italy can also be enjoyed in the browser version.
You who are interested can play it via a browser on your PC like Chrome, Mozilla, and Edge by visiting the following link.