Invitation to the beta does not depend on the time spent in the game.
Valve is currently conducting closed testing of Counter-Strike 2. According to the official FAQ, invitations are issued “based on factors important to the developers of Counter-Strike 2, including recent time played on official Valve servers, trust factor and Steam account status.”
Some players have decided that the chance of receiving an invitation will increase if they spend more time in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Perhaps partly due to this, CS:GO has been breaking online records in recent days.
Turns out this trick doesn’t really work. Valve employees were forced to address the players separately and explain that only playing time before the start of testing is taken into account.
Waiting on the official CS:GO matchmaking servers does not improve your chances of getting into the CS2 limited test. Only the time you spent in the game before the start of the limited test is taken into account.
Receiving an invitation from Valve is the only way to get into the Counter-Strike 2 beta test. However, you can get acquainted with the game itself without an invitation: the beta client was leaked shortly after the start of testing.
The release of Counter-Strike 2 will take place in the summer of 2023.
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