Does spaghetti code threaten to unravel CSGO? One redditor thinks so
An inquisitive redditor poured over Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’s item coding. The results were not positive.
Reddit user -ZooL- decided to search through the files of the popular first-person shooter. There, they uncovered instances of buggy code that caused various issues with the way items are implemented in the game. They shared those findings on the community subreddit r/GlobalOffensive
CSGO launched in 2012 and since then, Valve programmers have been building upon the game’s base code which has left fragments of outdated material in the game’s files.