In the vibrant digital entertainment realm, few phenomena have captured the hearts and minds of CSGO skin enthusiasts as profoundly as Katowice 2014 holos. These captivating holographic stickers first appeared at the 2014 ESL One Katowice CS:GO Major Championship, which has since attained legendary status within the CS:GO esports community for being the first Major to feature a set of in-game stickers. Renowned for their stunning visual appeal and limited availability, Katowice 2014 holos have emerged as highly sought-after collectibles with a magnetic allure that defies the passage of time and have achieved ludicrously high prices as a result of their desirability and low supply.
Titan Holo Katowice 2014
While the Titan Holo appears a deeper, more vibrant blue within CSGO, in CS2 it appears much shinner and brighter.
Virtus.Pro Holo Katowice 2014
While in CSGO, the Virtus.Pro Holo has a more predominantly orange hue; within CS2 the sticker appears more vibrant and glossier and shows off more of its holographic effect at different angles.
3DMax Holo Katowice 2014
Surprisingly the 3DMax has seen a tremendous change in CS2 with a much more vibrant red holographic background to the logo.
Vox Eminor Holo Katowice 2014
Vox holographic looked stunning in CSGO and still does so in CS2. The variety in different colors at different angles is still jaw-dropping.
Clan-Mystik Holo Katowice 2014
While Clan-Mystik holos looked good in CSGO, within CS2 the holographic effect appears much more defined, and the new lighting engine helps the sticker appear more vibrant.
Mousesports Holo Katowice 2014
The Mousesports Holo looks very similar between both games, with the only noticeable difference being the lighting engine and the slightly higher resolution of the sticker in CS2.
iBuyPower Holo Katowice 2014
While appearing more vibrant in CS2, the iconic iBuyPower Holo's only noticeable difference is the hue of its iconic red, from a darker shade to a more orangeish hue.
Reason Holo Katowice 2014
Arguably the sticker with the most colorful holographic effect, the Reason Holo Katowice 2014 has stayed exactly the same with its iconic holographic effect, faithfully transitioning from CSGO to CS2.
Natus Vincere Holo Katowice 2014
The Natus Vincere Holo Katowice 2014 looks identical between the two games, with the only difference being the lighting of the inspection animation being different.
compLexity Gaming Holo Katowice 2014
The compLexity Gaming Holo looks completely different between the two games. Finally, in CS2, it looks like it has a holographic effect, with the red effect being put throughout the entire sticker and not just the red part of the logo like it was in CSGO.
Team Dignitas Holo Katowice 2014
The Team Dignitas holo keeps the same holographic effects for the eyes but also adds a more defined holographic effect throughout the whole sticker in CS2 than in CSGO.
Fnatic Holo Katowice 2014
Disappointing, disappointing, disappointing. This could have been Valve's opportunity to fix the Fnatic Holo and give it a holographic effect, but sadly they stayed faithful to the horrendous effect the sticker had in CSGO.
HellRaisers Holo Katowice 2014
The HellRaiser holo Katowice 2014 was faithfully brought from CSGO to CS2 with no noticeable changes in how the holographic effect looks.
Team LDLC.com Holo Katowice 2014
The holographic effect for the Team LDLC.com Holo has gone unchanged, since the angle of the lighting in the inspect animation has been altered the sticker looks to have different colors while inspecting between each games, but on a weapon the sticker looks exactly the same.
LGB eSports Holo Katowice 2014
In CS2 the LGB eSports holo appears more glossy than it did within CSGO, but retains the same holographic effect.
Ninjas in Pyjamas Holo Katowice 2014
The Ninja in Pyjamas Holo appears much brighter in CS2 than in CSGO but retains the same holographic effect.
While the vast majority of Katowice 2014 Holos look similar between CSGO and CS2, a handful appear very different. We'd love to hear your thoughts about how Katowice 2014 Holos look on Twitter.
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