Valve continue updating their popular FPS Counter-Strike: Global Offensive [Steam], with the latest update giving the Linux version some more attention. While the Linux version (at least for me) does perform rather well, more improvements to keep it as smooth as possible are always welcome.
In their latest patch notes, they noted improvements with the new Panorama UI to fix a VRAM leak for OpenGL affecting Linux and also "Multiple performance improvements" for Linux as well.
The MP5-SD they recently added is also now available in official Competitive Matchmaking. Additionally, they also pushed out an update to the FBI character models, which are live on the Nuke, Agency, and Office maps.
For those interested in the full changelog, find it here.
It will be interesting to see how long Valve can keep the train going for CS:GO, there's probably a good few years of life left in it considering it's constantly in the top most played games on Steam. It did have a big dip in the player count starting around March/April, but it looks like it's rebounding now.