If you're not using console commands in Counter-Strike , you're missing out!
The competitive five v five shooter includes a long list of customization options, surpassing that of its rivals, Call of Duty , Rainbow Six, and VALORANT ..
You can use the console to add, edit, and replace items in your game, including your mini-map, HUD, and more.
To use the console, press the (`) key on your keyboard while in the game or on the home screen. If you haven't already done so, you can activate your console by going to your settings and simply checking the "activate development console" box..
When you open the console, type one of these commands.
This is one of the most useful commands on this list. It allows you to display a multitude of information on your screen, including your FPS, your ping and your tick rate..
This command allows you to maximize your frames per second (FPS). It removes the restriction on your FPS and allows your PC to reach its maximum potential. Instead of being stuck behind the 60 frames per second barrier, you can break through it.
After typing the command into your console, you should immediately see a difference in your FPS.
Radar is often misleading. When a red dot suddenly appears on the edge of the circle, it can give you a false sense of security. This command centers the radar, allowing you to see the entire map. It might take a while to get used to it, but it's worth it.
Have you ever tried to pick up a weapon from the ground at your spawn and accidentally open your purchase menu? This command will prevent your "use" key (E by default) from opening the purchase menu.
This command lets you see your teammates' weapons and utility items above their heads, giving you a better overview of the game. It can be used to spot a teammate or gather information about them. smokes or flashbangs.
This command will help you neutralize those noisy teammates, who would rather scream rather than play. It reduces the volume of your teammates to an appropriate level, allowing you to concentrate on the game.
This command disables boring Valve intros, saving you a few extra seconds when you load the game.
This command forces your customer to switch to another language. If you speak French, for example, type language [french] in the console.
This command will give you the possibility to experiment using your own personal server. You can use it to activate almost any console command you want, client side or server side.
sv_grenade_trajectory 1 and sv_grenade_trajectory_time 10
This command is ideal for practicing handling grenades. You can use it to fire pop-flashes or smokes and get familiar with grenade physics.
For frag movie-makers, this command turns off the HUD display and displays the pseudonyms of your victims in your clips.
This command turns off the bullet tracers of weapons such as the M4A4 and AK-47 on the client side. It improves your spray control and allows you to train with your favorite weapons.
You can use this command while watching demos. It shows player movements through multiple walls, so you can see player behavior correctly. It is particularly useful for catching wallhackers thanks to Valve's Overwatch system.
This command allows you to view the utility items of your teammates. Instead of asking them if they have a few flashbangs or smokes, you can just look at your screen.
If you are tired of hearing your teammates say anything, this command will bring you some peace and quiet. It mutates all the members of your team.
This command brings up a small rectangular interface for demo-watch. It speeds up viewing, slows down highlights, and manually uploads demo files directly to your computer from host servers, such as FACEIT or ESEA.
This command grants you the "god mod", making you indestructible in private servers. It requires the command sv_cheats 1.
If you've ever wanted to fly around the map, then noclip is the command for you. However, it requires the sv_cheats 1 command and only works on private servers.
This command simply kills you on the spot.
Exec is ideal for enabling configurations on private servers (.cfg files for training, 1v1, etc.) that you can create or download from third party websites. Make sure that you only download configurations from safe and trusted sites.
This allows you to immediately exit any server without the need for additional clicks in the ESC menu. This is particularly useful at the end of a match.
This command completely closes your game.