A new CS:GO Operation Concept has been created by Tibor Miklos, the graphic designer who previously created Operation Blacksun. The new CS:GO operation concept includes new CS:GO maps, skins, updates to CS:GO Danger Zone and even a new CS:GO game mode.
While it looks like the CS:GO developers may be more interested in making individual updates rather than another operation, Miklos makes a convincing concept. Here’s what Operation Turning Tides would look like.
New CS:GO Operation Maps – Breach, Tangerine, Alley
There are plenty of new CS:GO Operation maps Valve could choose from. Miklos’ Operation Turning Tides concept includes newly added maps Biome and Subzero along with Breach, Tangerine, Grind, and Alley.
CS:GO Turning Tides Case – New CS:GO Operation Skins
The concept also introduces plenty of possible skins for a new CS:GO Operation case. Here are the inclusions.
- MP5-SD Threeton Technology
- M4A4 Biowar
- Five-SeveN Threeton Technology
- P90 Gorilla Warfare
- Glock-18 Oni
- Desert Eagle Sunburst
- SCAR-20 Scipio
- AWP Venom Strike
- G3SG1 Black Sand
- PP-Bizon Bamboo
- Sawed-Off Retro Strike
- Galil Darkjungle
- Five-SeveN Compoundx
The Operation would also include the Tigershark Knife, a new CS:GO knife design by Helenek, Oldman, and Puffin. These would all make worthy additions to a new CS:GO operation.
New CS:GO Danger Zone Map
Miklos also included new additions for Danger Zone in his Operation concept. Operation Turning Tides would include a new Danger Zone map- Insertion 2 by Oskmos.
Along with a campaign that included missions for Danger Zone, this would make for the perfect post-Danger Zone operation.
New CS:GO Game Mode – Heist
The Operation Turning Tides concept also includes a new game mode- Heist. This 5v5 game mode would involve teams trying to pull off a bank heist, exploding the vault and getting away with the money.
The new game mode would also include the classic Counter-Strike 1.6 Riot Shield and Heavy Armor set.
It goes to show the amount of depth a new operation could have, should CS:GO Devs choose to make one. You can view more of Tibor Miklos’ work at his Behance page.