Since the appearance in the game, terrorist agents have become a hot topic of discussion among players. Some accused them of an unfair advantage: they say, with some skins it is easier to hide on the map. Others angered Valve, stating that “agents are not needed, the CS:GO dropped to an all-time low.” Against the backdrop of these high-profile Holy Wars, no one noticed how much effort was put into new models. CS.MONEY corrects this misunderstanding.
By creating attack agents, Valve obviously did not try to portray real terrorists. Even the standard models in the game are only remotely inspired by representatives of various groups. Like them, agents do not recreate reality. On the contrary, they are more like villains from a Bond movie or bank robbery film.
‘The Doctor’ Romanov | Sabre
The rarest and most expensive attack agent. Judging by his appearance, he is engaged not only in smuggling medicines, but also in raids on barbershops and fashion boutiques. Like it or not, but he really has a very stylish look. Fashionable hairstyle, mustache and vintage glasses make it very similar to Gellert Green de Wald performed by Johnny Depp. In addition to appearance, they are united by a brilliant mind and a stupid habit to independently engage in villainous affairs.
Another lover of shaved temples and stylish bandanas is The Elite Mr. Muhlik | Elite Crew. Surely he is not only well versed with weapons, but also popular with ladies. Just like Jigsaw from the series (and comics) about the Punisher. Billy Russo, played by Ben Barnes, is very similar to an agent, but piecemeal. First, they have a common hairstyle, and then – the shape of a beard. In addition to appearance, they share education and excellent military training.
Blackwolf | Sabre
A real wolf among agents in CS:GO. From his description it comes that he can smell the presence of a person and is generally very brutal and cool. In appearance, he reminded us, of course, of Niander Wallace from Blade Runner 2049 performed by Jared Leto. He also had features of perception of representatives of mankind.
Rezan The Ready | Sabre
Another accomplice of Doctor Romanov in raids on barbershops, Rezan The Ready. The quick-tempered author of the book “Happiness in Readiness” is very similar to the bandit nicknamed “Buddy” from the movie “Kid on the Drive”. His role was played by John Hamm. In addition to appearance and hairstyle, the agent and the character shared one interesting feature, namely the connection with the red light. The agent was nicknamed “red” for his violent temper, and in the film, the red light on Buddy’s face meant that someone would die. Interesting coincidence.
Prof. Shahmat, Maximus, Osiris, Slingshot
Although these four agents received their own names, the models themselves turned out to be a reskin of standard ones. The game development team changed the color of the shirt for someone, put a mask on the face of the other and voila – there were four agents with unique names and not very unique looks.