Counter-Strike: Condition Zero


Counter-Strike: Condition Zero is a multiplayer shooter video game, the sequel to the cult classic, Counter-Strike. The game has been stuck in development hell for quite a while, and while it changed multiple developers more than once, it was finally released in 2004 and it used the GoldSrc engine.

Counter-Strike: Condition Zero is basically CS 1.6 but with a single player campaign with intelligent A.I. that was challenging and difficult to beat, especially in some missions. The game has a multiplayer mode, and it features updated character models, updated textures, maps, and various other graphical tweaks which increased the game's graphical appeal when compared to the previous game. Counter-Strike: Condition Zero has two single-player campaigns which are filled with chaotic action and thrilling missions, as well as Condition Zero: Deleted Scenes which has some of the most difficult and challenging missions found in the game.

The game got ported to OS X and Linux in 2013. Various graphical improvements which were made by Gearbox include alpha blending (which allows for better weather effects and more realistic foliage), as well as the addition of various explosive weapons such as the tear gas bomb, the Molotov cocktails, and the immensely powerful M72 LAW rocket. The Steam release also allowed the developers to constantly update the game in order to prevent cheating.

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Half-Life and Counter-Strike updates are now available that affect Condition Zero through shared resources. Please see the Half-Life update notes and the Counter-Strike update notes for details.


A small update for CS:CZ is now available: Engine Fixed bug in skybox image loading Fixed bug in resource parsing Fixed bug in demo command processing Prevent certain path characters from being used in commands Enforce certain extensions be used for files specified in some commands


Though Half-Life is almost nineteen years old and its sanctioned fan remake Black Mesa is nearing completion, Valve have launched a wee patch for their pretty okay or whatever vintage FPS. The patch fixes a few crashes and exploits, and hit other Half-Life engine games too, such as classic Counter-Strike. Given how much of modern PC games history connects to Half-Life and its mod scene, I’m glad Valve are still tinkering a little. Earlier this year, they finally got Half-Life an uncensored...


We have updated the public release of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero. Changes in this update are: Fixed crash when entering certain malformed strings into the game console. Thanks to Marshal Webb from BackConnect, Inc for reporting this. Fixed crash when loading a specially crafted malformed BSP file. Thanks to Grant Hernandez (@Digital_Cold) for reporting this. Fixed malformed SAV files allowing arbitrary files to be written into the game folder. Thanks to Vsevolod Saj for reporting this. Fixed...




Minimum: 500 mhz processor, 96mb ram, 16mb video card, Windows XP, Mouse, Keyboard, Internet Connection

Recommended: 800 mhz processor, 128mb ram, 32mb+ video card, Windows XP, Mouse, Keyboard, Internet Connection

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