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Counter-Strike: Condition Zero

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Counter-Strike: Condition Zero is a first-person shooter video game developed by Ritual Entertainment, Turtle Rock Studios, and Valve, and published by Sierra Entertainment and Valve. The follow-up to Counter-Strike (2000), it was released in March 2004 for Windows. Condition Zero utilizes the GoldSrc engine and has a multiplayer mode, which features updated character models, textures, maps and other graphical tweaks. It also includes two single-player campaigns; Tour of Duty and Condition Zero: Deleted Scenes. Alongside various other Valve titles, the game received versions for OS X and Linux in 2013. Gameplay The largest difference between Counter-Strike and Condition Zero is that all maps, player models, and weapon models, received updates to their graphics, enhancing their detail and modifying them slightly. The gameplay is separated into two parts; the multiplayer game, and the singleplayer add-on campaign. Condition Zero The primary game, Condition Zero, pl
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