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Karambit | Crimson Web in CS2: Review, Design, Price

Karambit | Crimson Web in CS2: Review, Design, Price
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CS:GO fans are waiting with great anticipation for the release of a new version of the popular game — Counter-Strike 2. Naturally, there are reasons for this, because more than 10 years have passed since the release of the last version, and now there is already a stir about how it will look and what will be new.

It is already known that the developers have modified the maps, added visual effects, and lighting, but the most interesting thing is that they have changed the skins. Therefore, many users are waiting to see what the skins will look like in the new version, especially Karambit Crimson Web, which among others is very popular and also one of the most expensive skins of this knife.

What is Karambit | Crimson Web?

Crimson Web is a very popular skin despite its hefty price tag. On this skin, the base of the blade has dark red paint applied as a background that resembles thick blood. On top of this paint, there are black stripes that resemble a web (hence the name).

If we talk about wear and appearance, then already in the Field-Tested exterior you can notice small abrasions, but in general they do not affect the beauty and integrity of the skin.

This skin is very popular not only among knife lovers, but also among CS:GO users in general. Therefore, there are some concerns about whether the skin will be in CS2 and what will happen to it.

However, the developers of the game reassured all fans and stated that nothing would happen to the skins, and they would be transferred to CS2. Any user who has Karambit | Crimson Web will be able to use it right away.

Will there be changes?

In the new version of the shooter, the developers have improved the animation, the movement of the skin, and also made clearer drawings. That is why the dark red paint will become even thicker and more saturated, giving the skin realism. A beautiful transfer of the web on the blade will depend on the degree of lighting, to which the game developers have paid special attention.

Already now, we can say that the demand for this skin will obviously not fall, since the presence of such a skin in one’s collection is a great success. Especially since there will be new CS2 users who will also want to get their hands on this not-so-cheap skin. Speaking of prices. The difference in price depends on the exterior and paint wear. Today, the cost of the skin is as follows:

  • from $4,000 for Factory New;
  • from $1,900 for Minimal Wear;
  • from $1,000 for Field-Tested;
  • from $820 for Well-Worn;
  • from $720 for Battle-Scarred.

It is expected that the cost of the skin in the new version of the shooter may increase by $150–800 depending on the exterior, so you should try to take possession of the skin at a lower price in order to sell it more expensively in the future.

How to get a skin

There are many specialized sites for buying skins. However, not everyone can boast of a large assortment, excellent reputation and low prices. To protect yourself from unscrupulous users, you should go to the DMarket website. This is a very reliable site where skin prices are low and all payments are fraud-free.

Moreover, the platform allows you to withdraw real money to the user’s personal account with a low commission, so this is a great opportunity to invest in the skin now in the hope that it will be sold at a higher price very soon.