|Counter-Strike: Condition Zero|
March 23, 2004 (Windows)
FPS (First-person shooter)
Counter-Strike: Condition Zero (CS: CZ) is a first-person shooter video game and the sequel to the original Counter-Strike.
The game was released in 2004 using the GoldSrc Half-Life engine. Condition Zero features a multiplayer mode, which features updated character models, textures, maps, and other graphical tweaks. Unlike other Counter-Strike games, Condition Zero also contains a single-player mission pack with the player unlocking maps and more efficient bots as they pass certain requirements for each map while playing as a Counter-Terrorist. These requirements include targets such as "kill 3 enemies with a Clarion 5.56" or "win a round in 45 seconds". This game mode is called Tour of Duty. There is another single player mission pack called "Deleted Scenes". So far the Condition Zero is the only game in the franchise that features single player campaign.
Condition Zero is known for introducing the Counter-Strike bot, although the Xbox port of Counter-Strike was actually the first game in the series to include it.
As of April 15, 2009, Counter-Strike: Condition Zero is one of the ten most played Half-Life modifications in terms of players, according to GameSpy.
It has been released via both retail stores and Steam. It is bundled with a copy of Counter-Strike regardless of how you purchase it.
As a promotional item, Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Cards were also available.
There are two official game modes in Counter-Strike: Condition Zero:
In the campaign, several weapons were added such as:
- M60 machine gun
- M72 LAW rocket launcher
- Bayonet Knife
PC system requirement
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.
- Counter-Strike: Condition Zero at Counter-Strike Wiki.
- Counter-Strike: Condition Zero at Steam.
- Counter-Strike: Condition Zero at Wikipedia.