Recoil Master http://steamcommunity.
Stand in the middle with any weapon and practice spraying and landing every bullet within the circle-
Follow the green dot (if you are using a weapon with a ghost crosshair) with your crosshair and all your shots should land relatively in the middle-
Change "Amount" to 100
Change delay to 0.
Change static tar.
duration to 0.
This may seem a tad bit fast at first but you should be able to get the hang of it.
If not you can raise the static tar.
duration to 0.
Shoot or knife whichever gun you want on the wall then go to level 2 (shoot it in the middle -1,2,3,4-) and then press start right next to it
Try to keep your crosshair on the middle of the board until a target spawn.
shoot the target and move your crosshair back to the middle then when the next target spawns flick to it and repeat
Aim Botz http://steamcommunity.
Pick terrorist side
Press the "FIX/ADD BOTS" on the left side of the panel
Proceed to pick up a gun and destroy heads
You can make the bots move if you want but it makes it harder (good practice for tracking heads)
Map Call-outs http://steamcommunity.
On a real note though, a good way to learn a map is to just simply run and jump around the map and kind of get a feel for it.
To easily do this you need to open counter strike and in the top right click options -> game settings -> forth option is "enable developer console".
change it to a yes instead of no.
After that, press your "`" which is above the tab key.
It comes up with a window and now you are going to type in a specific command to load up a specific map:
"map de_cache"Now you may be thinking, "damn these pesky bots are getting in the way"
Well there is a command for that ;)
"bot_kick" will boot the pesky bots right out of the game
And "mp_roundtime_defuse 60" will give you 60 minutes to run around.
Just do mp_restartgame 1 to make the command take effect.
In addition to all this if you use type, bind "key" noclip ,in the console you will be able to fly around the map.
its much faster than running.
From Silver To Eagle: Improving Your Game http://steamcommunity.
Really good guide, read it if you can.
How to Deathmatch Deathmatching is the key to getting better at this game
You learn angles, get better with your sensitivity, crosshair placement, how to hit heads in a more intense situation.
Here are some deathmatch servers that i prefer and think are decent to spend a good half hour to an hour on
com HEADSHOT ONLY)
com PISTOLS ONLY)
com AIM MAPS)
Useful videos for various areas of counter-strike
Counter Strafing/movement Counter strafing is an incredibly important mechanic to understand but its somewhat difficult to grasp when you are a beginner to playing Counter Strike : Global Offensive
Also, its personal preference but i would suggest trying out some KZ servers (KZ = Kreedz Mod) to improve your movement and get used to your sensitivity
Here are some KZ servers i like to hang out in:
49:27015 (House Of Climb #1)
50:27015 (House of Climb #2)
51:27015 (House of Climb)
Basic Nades #learn'em
crashz' Crosshair Generator v2 http://steamcommunity.
Use this to make a crosshair that you are comfortable with.
Just mess around with it and figure out what you think looks best
Its always nice to have a pretty crosshair
AdreN_TV videos (pro csgo player content) Crosshair placement AK guide #1 AK Guide #2 Crosshair Guide Finding your sensitivity Mastering and working the same spot Climbing Ladders Fast
Tips to make your experience smoother if you're unfamiliar with cs:go FOR ANYTHING WITH "http://steamcommunity.
com" you need to go to the link, login, and click +subscribe.
Once you have done that you can close the webpage(or read the description, may be helpful).
Go into counter strike Global Offensive -> click play -> play "offline with bots" -> change "common" to "Workshop" and the map should be select-able from all workshop maps you have subscribed to.
It's typically a nuisance to have to find maps in the "Browse Community Servers".
sooo Start by clicking "Play" -> Browse community servers -> Click on the "Favorites" tab at the top -> In the bottom right there should be a button that is labeled "Add a Server".
When you click it a window will open for you to type in an IP address (type in ones i linked above or if you can find others that are good).
After you have typed the IP address in click the button right next to the text box and it will add the server to your favorites.
The server will now be in the favorites tab at the top of the server browser window.
Credits I did not make this guide, this is a re-post on the "guides" forum for cs:go to make it more accessible.
All credits go to:
The reddit user who made it (click me)
This is the thread on reddit (click me)