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Posted · Original PosterOP

I am new to CS GO i would like to practice with bots first before getting my ass kicked in online match.

Can u guys suggest me the best map for deathmatch?

I have tried safehouse but i am bored with that map already/

 

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aim_usp, select deathmatch and practice aim with bots with any weapon (not only usp)


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Just now, ZM Fong said:

aim_usp, select deathmatch and practice aim with bots with any weapon (not only usp)

aim_usp is a map?


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1 minute ago, Ya_Mi said:

aim_usp is a map?

Custom map


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de_dust2

de_nuke

de_mirage

imo maybe

 


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also you would see night and day difference between expert bot and regular player.


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Dust 2 or Mirage would probably be best for DM. 


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4 minutes ago, deXxterlab97 said:

also you would see night and day difference between expert bot and regular player.

at least i can learn things or two before heading to online match.

i never play competitive games before


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1 minute ago, Ya_Mi said:

at least i can learn things or two before heading to online match.

i never play competitive games before

join a custom server imo. don't join valve ones, so much toxic


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, deXxterlab97 said:

join a custom server imo. don't join valve ones, so much toxic

yeah no doubt haha thanks


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best custom map back on the original half-life mod was a small sqaure map with every weapon and four large pillars. I cant remember what it was called but it was the best for practice. there was another one with a large empty space with a wall that moved up and down between the teams; you had 1 second to predict where the enemy was and make your shot. it was awesome. I have not seen anything similar on CSGO.

If you want to practice on CSGO just play the popular maps.

Practice with desert eagle.

You dont need any other gun.

Once a master with pistol get sniper rifle, only then move onto assualt and SMG


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21 minutes ago, deXxterlab97 said:

join a custom server imo. don't join valve ones, so much toxic

Sv_chat 0...ez pizi 

Although I do like feasting on their salty tears...


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1 minute ago, Mr.Meerkat said:

Sv_chat 0...ez pizi 

Although I do like feasting on their salty tears...

man you can't even do it right

 

it's

sv_cheats 1

 

0 is to turn it off

 

oh wrong command sorry

 

i have a voice_enable toggle and as well as an echo command to remind me if my teammates are really quiet or super annoying


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2 minutes ago, deXxterlab97 said:

man you can't even do it right

 

it's

sv_cheats 1

 

0 is to turn it off

 

oh wrong command sorry

 

i have a voice_enable toggle and as well as an echo command to remind me if my teammates are really quiet or super annoying

You're right, it's voice_enable 0/1 not sv...xD 


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Originally posted by @MageTank but reworded by me, back when I was considerably less mature but don't feel like editing it now. 

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1 minute ago, Mr.Meerkat said:

You're right, it's voice_enable 0/1 not sv...xD 

sv_cheats 1

noclip

sv_infinite_ammo 1

works just fine for me


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The best practice imo is going into the community browser and finding a FFA deathmatch server with fast spawns. Find yourself shooting more often than looking for people to shoot as is the case with the Valve Deathmatch, its just better practice and the average standard of player is higher so it makes you improve faster. 

More specifically I like 'Warmup' servers which is like FFA deathmatch but they cycle through different gun types you can select. So for 5 mins it will be Pistols only then it will be second round weapons only (SMGs, Scout, Shotguns) then it will be Rifles only. Great to practice all elements of aiming without having to server hop.  


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3 hours ago, deXxterlab97 said:

sv_cheats 1

noclip

sv_infinite_ammo 1

works just fine for me

Only if you're admin or hosting 


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Originally posted by @MageTank but reworded by me, back when I was considerably less mature but don't feel like editing it now. 

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