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PS3, PC, and Mac Play Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Together

Posted on Saturday, August 27 @ 12:30:00 PST by

Looking to play Counter-Strike: Global Offensive on your couch, but don't want to miss out having fun with your PC friends? Who cares if they look down on you for playing with a pad? Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is about having fun, right? (Just ignore that Counter-Strike is serious business and play along here.)

Valve has confirmed that cross-platform play will be officially featured on the PC (duh), Mac (OK, yeah you probably should have known that), and PS3 (*GASP*). PS3 players will have the option of using a mouse and keyboard if they so choose. The PlayStation Move will also see support in the PS3 version of the game.

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