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Counter-Strike Online (CSO or CSOL) is a spin-off multiplayer first-person shooter in the Counter-Strike series. It is targeted towards the Asian gaming market, developed by South Korean company NEXON Corporation with oversight from license-holder Valve Corporation, and is using the GoldSrc engine. Some of the models and maps are reused from Counter-Strike: Condition Zero. It uses a micropayment model that is managed by a custom version of the Steam back-end.


Counter-Strike Online features some old game modes from the previous games in the series as well as new ones, modified version of custom modes.

The game also features a variety of additions over the international games, such as an introduction of female characters, numerous new weapons and skins for previous weapons. Most of the weapons are "locked" by default, so cash points or game points are essential to purchase them. Cash points are purchased through real-world money for special weapons, skins, power-ups, etc. You can also buy standard weapons for periods of time using game points earned from playing the game.


Counter-Strike Online 2

Counter-Strike Online 2 is another free-to-play massively multiplayer online video game developed by Nexon of South Korea using the Source engine from Valve software. It was first introduced in late 2012 and ended its Beta stage in January 2013.

Counter-Strike Nexon: Studio

Counter-Strike Nexon: Studios is the first adaptation of the infamous Counter-Strike Online to the USA via Steam, available from September 23, 2014, and officially relaunched on October 7, 2014.[1]

External links

  • Official trailer at YouTube
  • Nexon - South Korea
  • beanfun! - Taiwan/Hong Kong
  • TianCity - China
  • Nexon - Japan (Officially closed on 6 March 2019)
  • Megaxus - Indonesia (Officially closed on 1 August 2019, annexed with Counter-Strike Nexon: Studio)
  • IAHGames - Singapore/Malaysia (Officially closed on 30 June 2015, annexed with Counter-Strike Online Indonesia, and annexed again with Counter-Strike Nexon: Studio)
  • PlayFPS - Thailand (Officially closed on 19 December 2013, annexed with Counter-Strike Nexon: Studio)
  • Nexon Europe - Turkey (Officially closed on 30 December 2014, annexed with Counter-Strike Nexon: Studio)
  • GoPlay - Vietnam (Officially closed on 15 August 2016, annexed with Counter-Strike Nexon: Studio)