Stickers in Counter-Strike 2 just got a massive update.
Valve was silent for a suspicious amount of time after their last update. Counter-Strike 2 had been released in a sort of testing phase, as major updates only seemed to be fixing gameplay issues instead of adding features. So, when Valve finally dropped their first biggest update, there was reason to celebrate. The ability to customize your weapons freely with stickers in Counter-Strike 2 is something we didn’t know we needed.
However, as with everything these days, there seems to be some issue regarding this, especially if you are an AMD GPU user. While Valve is finally adding new features and old forgotten modes, it is still disappointing to see such errors in-game.
Moving Stickers in Counter-Strike 2
The latest update, “A Call to Arms,” introduced a completely new customization feature. Stickers have been in the game since skins themselves came out back in the Arms Deal update. The latest feature allows a player to apply anywhere they please on the weapon. Previously, there were only 4 or 5 set places to apply the sticker. Now, there is complete freedom, with all weapons having 5 slots.
However, a significant portion of the community is unable to access this feature. Comments on Reddit have pointed out that AMD GPUs are still unable to access this. To solve this, you will need to launch the game with the Vulcum API.
How to Run Counter-Strike 2 with Vulcun
- Go to your Steam library and right-click on CS2 to access properties.
- In the General Tab, under launch options, add “-vulcun”