Valve decided not to port CS: GO to Source 2. This was announced by insider Tyler McVicker. According to him, the developers abandoned this project because of the difficulties with transferring a huge amount of user content to the new engine.
McVicker added that the CS: GO port on Source 2 is almost ready, but users should not expect dramatic differences. According to him, even after the transition to a new engine, the game will remain the same, with the exception of minor changes in every aspect of the gameplay, which are likely to become a problem for gamers.
Earlier, insiders reported that the CS: GO version on Source 2 will be released no earlier than the end of 2020. In May, McVicker announced that Valve could release the port before the start of summer.