A patch has been released in CS: GO that fixes problems with FPS in the “trust” mode

On the night of July 10, Valve released a patch for CS: GO, in which it added fixes for the “trust” mode. According to the developers, the update should solve the problem with the drop in frame rate in the shooter, which arose due to the work of third-party applications. In addition, now CS: GO will display an error if the game is not launched via Steam.

On July 9, Valve released a patch for CS: GO, in which it added a “trust” mode. It blocks all third-party software used by users. According to the developers, the “trust” mode should help in the fight against cheaters.

Immediately after the release of the patch on July 9, users complained of a number of problems. Many noted that CS: GO performance and FPS dropped in “trust” mode. In addition, streamers can no longer use game capture in OBS – they will have to broadcast from windowed mode.

Valve has created an official FAQ, in which it answered the most popular questions about the “trust” mode in CS: GO. Among other things, the developers named the reason for the lags when playing with this function.

The authors of the shooter explained that performance problems occur when blocked applications continue to try to interact with the game. Some programs send requests too often, which overloads the system. Valve noted that it is working on a solution to this problem. Earlier in CS: GO a patch was released that fixes problems with FPS in the “trust” mode.

Trust mode was added to CS: GO on July 9th. Immediately after the release of the patch, users complained about a number of problems. Many have noted a drop in CS: GO performance and FPS. In addition, streamers can no longer use game capture in OBS – they will have to broadcast from windowed mode.

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