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Overview
De truth cz
Truth in Chaos
Creator(s) Gearbox Software
Ritual Entertainment
Turtle Rock Studios
Game(s) Csx t Cscz t
Scenario Bomb defusal
Terrorists Yakuza
Counter-Terrorists Kidotai
First appearance Counter-Strike (Xbox)
Last appearance Counter-Strike: Condition Zero


For the Deleted Scenes mission, see Truth in Chaos.
For the cut Counter-Strike: Condition Zero map, see Truth (cut).

Truth in Chaos (de_truth) is an official bomb defusal map in Counter-Strike (Xbox) and Counter-Strike: Condition Zero. It was used as base for the mission carrying the same name in Condition Zero: Deleted Scenes.

OverviewEdit

Truth in Chaos takes place in Toruko manor house in Japan.

Official DescriptionEdit

Counter-Terrorists: Prevent Terrorists from bombing the mansion.

Terrorists: The Terrorist carrying the C4 must plant the bomb to destroy the mansion.

DevelopmentEdit

Cs toruko

cs_toruko

Development of the map was originally started by Gearbox Software as cs_toruko. The map made numerous media appearances during development and even at this early stage the map was very similar in terms of general design.

After Ritual Entertainment picked up development on Condition Zero, the map was eventually retitled into cs_truth.

Counter-Strike (Xbox)Edit

The map was initially released in the Xbox version of the game. Notably, the game mode of the map had been changed from hostage rescue to bomb defusal. As such, the map received its final name of de_truth.

Counter-Strike: Condition ZeroEdit

The map was supposed to be released with the initial release of the game, as is apparent from left-over texts indicating its use in the official Tour of Duty. For reasons unknown, the release of the map was delayed and it was added on July 14, 2004, along with Corruption[1].

Support for up to 32 players had been added and several minor cosmetic changes (including texture changes) had been made compared to the Xbox version of the map.

TriviaEdit

  • A version of the hostage rescue iteration of the map has been leaked and is available for download. Notably it has been compiled for the Xbox version of the game and due to slight differences in the lightning system, it will appear darker than supposed to be when played on the PC version.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Condition Zero Update History

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