Here are all of the skins and knives in the brand-new Horizon Case

Valve dropped some heat alongside the Panorama UI update.

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Valve pushed Panorama User Interface live earlier today, and it dropped a number of new cosmetic skins to go along with it.

The Horizon Case is the newest case to see the light of day in CS:GO, and it contains 17 community-made skins and four new knife types. This is the second case release of the year, since the Clutch Case became available in February.

The sweet new knives included in the Horizon Case are Stiletto, Ursus, Navaja, and Talon, and they come in many designs that are already in the game. The designs include Scorched, Urban Masked, Crimson Web, Night, Blue Steel, Stained, Slaughter, Safari Mesh, Case Hardened, Fade, Boreal Forest, and Forest DDPAT. A preview of the knives is shown below, with each of the individual knives receiving its own close-up after.

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Related: Panorama UI is finally out of beta and live in CS:GO

Many of the skins in this case are also already featured on other weapons in the game, such as the Neon Rider (MAC-10), Eco (Galil AR), and Capillary (Five-Seven). A preview is shown below and a close-up of each of the 17 skins can be seen further down.

If you’re lucky enough to randomly obtain a case via in-game drop, it’s best to sell it on the Steam community market early so you can get the highest profit possible. This will also help you save a little bit of money for when the actual skin prices drop in a couple weeks because of supply and demand.

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