Cache will receive more changes prior to its October release

FMPONE will be busy before the Cache remake is completely done.

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More changes will be coming to the Cache remake in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Map creators Shawn “FMPONE” Snelling and Sal “Volcano” Garozzo listened to feedback from pro players at ESL One New York this weekend and they intend on implementing a lot more fixes to the map. The changes will likely be added prior to the release of the Cache remake on Oct. 10. 

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Most notably, color saturation of textures on the map will be reduced by about 10 to 20 percent since a large majority of pros adjust and stack their in-game digital vibrance in their NVIDIA and monitor settings. This is an easy fix to accomplish, according to FMPONE. 

Here’s a full list of changes that pros recommended throughout the weekend. Players from teams like FaZe Clan, OpTic Gaming, and ENCE were among the names noted in FMPONE’s change list

  • Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev’s graffiti
  • APC peek jump
  • APC crouch 
  • B main wallbang
  • A site catwalk railing 
  • Tree room one-way
  • Garage CT mid spam
  • A site pole move
  • Gap in A site by sign boost
  • Pip boost plausibility floor (possibly on B site?)
  • Dumpster boost
  • Lamp wall spammable
  • Lockers crouch jump
  • Antenna at A site
  • Toxic barrels on B site
  • Re-texture edge at B site corner
  • Mid spool smooth clipping
  • Truck wheel
  • Vent stuck spot
  • Highway railing fade
  • CT van infinite fall
  • Glass wall A site edge
  • Crossbar on CT mid gate
  • FPS boost

Cache will be much more competitive when it makes its return to professional play in October thanks to the community feedback and the developer changes.