CS:GO offers some of the most mind-blowingly awesome tactic shooter experiences around. It truly is the game you can play forever, grow, evolve, laugh, cry, learn, become a part of something, and even make good money. The MLG Major CS:GO Championship in Columbus, Ohio was the first $1 000 000 CS:GO tournament.
True, there’s probably no beating Valve’s clearly favorite child, DOTA 2, when it comes to massive wins. Forbes reports:
“The largest prize pool in esports history is last year’s DOTA 2 international, totaling $24.6 million, though that wasn’t the entire DOTA 2 pool for the year. But here’s the most important number: according to research firm Newzoo, the total prize packages for the entire esports space cracked the $100 million market for the first time in 2017.”
Still, CS:GO did kick some major ass with wins that will enable you to live the life of your dreams. World Electronic Sports Games 2016 (CS:GO) in Changzhou, China boasted a $1,500,000 prize pool. The team EnVyUs did really make everyone envy them. And some not in a good way.
Cheating is clearly wrong. And not only because it’s unfair. It’s easy to rig a grenade launcher in Just Cause 4 to never stop to reload. That means you can carpet-bomb a town off the face of the Earth as easily as clicking your fingers with a handheld weapon.
But that takes no courage, effort, and character – and in a few minutes you find out there’s nothing interesting about it. If you ever tried to complete a mission in Hitman with nothing but garrot wire, you know that the most interesting missions are the ones that are really difficult. So when people cheat, they are not only defrauding other players. They are ultimately letting down themselves.
Plus! Cheats will enable you to rank up, and, as you know, accounts are now automatically upgraded to Prime by reaching Lieutenant Rank 21. Just imagine how many Prime members now have
Anatomy of cheats
Here’s what they look like:
Simply the best
Let’s take a look at the most interesting cheat programs for CS. And remember: the better they are, the worse the player behind them is.
Sulfurious has been around for a while now and it is still considered the best legit CS:GO cheat. What does it do?
Aimbot, you guessed it, helps you aim
Triggerbot will automatically pull the trigger as soon as you have an enemy in the crosshairs
Skinchanger means any skin your heart desires on any weapon
Visuals can also be changed, including grenade trajectories, Death ESP, Backtracking, and so on.
If you like playing quietly on Valve’s official servers, CSHACKED EXTERNAL provides a chance to fulfill your dreams, and it also has a few classic and new functions :
Glow creates a glow around enemies, even when they are behind walls. ExtraЫensory Perception rocks!
Bunnyhop allows you to hop continuously
NoFlash (flashes from grenades won’t hurt you)
Radar (the radar cheat shows everyone on the radar)
Triggerbot (ALT lub Auto)
Fakelag (creates lags for the enemy).
CSGO WinX Private
Probably the best cheat by far (opinions may vary) is the one that doesn’t get detected.
For that reason, we think CSGO WinX Private is probably one of the best ones, too. It has functions we have already described (minus fakelag) plus it enables you to compensate for spread (all bullets land pretty much in one spot). The cheat needs to be bought, but you can purchase it with any skin from Steam, too. There are frequent updates, it’s easy to install and calibrate and there is a halfway decent anti-ban function.
So what is the best cheat out there? To tell you the truth, none of them are good for your skills or reputation, but if you must cheat probably a good idea is to find the one that has the best no-detection mechanism, which is why our vote goes to CSGO WinX Private.
NB The rewards don’t stop at growing incompetence and bad rep. Getting banned is the real achievement. The next article in the series will tell the tale of the most spectacular, soul-crushing, heartwrenching bans in the history of CS:GO.