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Haven't played CS in awhile but a few questions for CS:GO

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User Info: Th1rte3n

2 years ago#11
arrseetee posted...

Pray pattern is pretty much exactly the same. The crosshair is misleading, which is why most people have it nonstatic. The only time shooting pattern is different is when your moving while crouching, which is a whole different thing. Most good players don't crouch shoot or crouch down to shoot or even crouch when standing still since it greatly hinders mobility. If you know how to stutter step to center your sight pattern or break your walk sound then thats much better than crouching already. Aside from visibility, its always better to stand.

That video is pre-patch.
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User Info: Orestes417

2 years ago#12
tl:dr crouching does have an effect
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User Info: pokemoncard

2 years ago#13
there is a difference between recoil (spray pattern) and accuracy (bullet deviation)

crouching improves your accuracy and the time it takes for your recoil to reset

pros crouch to dodge headshots while shooting

User Info: chimichanga XD

chimichanga XD
2 years ago#14
you run faster and walk faster with knife out

cl_showpos 1
use this command and look at the top left corner
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