For a game that’s now six years old, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive isn’t exactly hurting for players - this past month, it had an average of more than a quarter million people logged on at any given time. But all the same, Valve is now offering a free, offline edition of the massively-popular team-based shooter, which you can download now. The free edition came this week with the latest patch, which also enables CS:GO’s long-anticipated new Panorama UI by default for all players. The free version is offline only, so you can use it to practice against bots, and it’s definitely a great way to learn Counter-Strike’s maps and mechanics before heading into the shark-infested waters of online competitive play. All online features, however, are restricted to the full edition, which runs at $14.99 USD. The free edition, however, also allows you spectate games via GOTV, since Counter-Strike also works as a client for watching matches. The timing is just right to get new players interested in the FACEIT Major tournament, which kicks off this Wednesday in London and boasts a $1 million prize pool.