Here are the patch notes for CS:GO’s April 23 update

Cache has received a much-needed visual update.

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The latest Counter-Strike patch has added a ton of changes to Cache ahead of its grand return to the competitive map pool.

The map has been under construction for some time. It’s been tweaked and twisted to perfection.

Enemies were previously difficult to make out in the deepest, darkest alcoves of Cache. But now, it’s much clearer and brighter. Valve has done some necessary spring cleaning.

The latest patch has also brought minor changes to Chlorine, Anubis, Overpass, Wingman Nuke, and Vertigo in one form or another.

Here’s the full list of patch notes for CS:GO’s April 23 update.

Maps

Chlorine

  • Changed default CT faction to FBI.

Anubis

  • Latest version of radar.

Cache

  • Changed default CT faction to FBI.
  • Improved visibility map-wide.
  • Brightened hiding spot near sandbags.
  • Brightened A Main.
  • Brightened B Main.
  • Brightened target placed in corner under B Heaven.
  • Reduced visual noise.
  • Reduced foliage clutter.
  • Speculative fix to ragdolls floating on the A Bombsite.
  • Optimizations.
  • Adjusted HDR settings.

Overpass

  • Added one-vs-one mode to warmup when playing Wingman.
  • Fixed clipping on dumpster at A site.

Wingman Nuke

  • Added one-vs-one mode to warmup when playing Wingman.
  • Radar now uses new graphical style.

Vertigo

  • Fixed gap under box on B site.
  • Added ramp-clipping to side of box.
  • Fixed some minor graphical bugs.