Counterpedia

Counter-Strike is a popular team-based first-person shooter video game series originating as a mod for Valve’s other multiplayer game, Half-Life. The gameplay has a team of Counter-Terrorists against a team of Terrorists in rounds of competition won by eliminating the enemy team or planting or defusing the bomb, depending on your side.

The primary mission of this original Counter-Strike Wiki is to gather information that will be helpful to players who have just started playing the Counter-Strike series and even those who are already familiar with the game.

This Counter-Strike Wiki will help you fix your aim, movement, merging angles, AWP crosshair placement, sensitivity, and, most importantly, recoil movement. Our Wiki guide will let new players know the difference between aggro and passive positioning. Not only will you learn the types of peeking, but you will also get to know when and how to peek effectively, along with gaining information about the in-game Terrorist weapons skins and Counter Terrorist weapons skins.

Our wiki will help you boost your rank in Counter-Strike and will help you with how to win every round by dominating each map.

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Key Features of Counterpedia

Weapons: Discover the range of in-game weapons you can use in Counter-Strike. From handguns and rifles to grenades and melee weapons, each has its job and needs different strategies.

Portal: Store- On the 13th of August 2013, in the Arms Deal Update, the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive micropayment service was added as one of the newest game features. The update introduced weapon skins that customize the appearance of guns and knives, which can be obtained in several ways. Here, you’ll get to know all about these store features.

Portal: Containers- The containers consist of Weapon cases, Capsules, Packages, Grafitti, Gloves, and Weapons and gear. However, due to the massive collection of these cases, things can get quite confusing. But this Counter-Strike Wiki fixes just that.

Maps: Check out the famous battlegrounds of Counter-Strike. There’s Dust II and Nuke, classic maps, and newer ones like Vertigo and Mirage. Each map has its own unique design and tactical tricks to master. The Map pool includes maps like Mirage, Nuke, Ancient, Anubis, Inferno, Vertigo, and Overpass.

Strategy: Counter-Strike has two important rounds: the Economy Round and the Pistol Round. In an Economy Round, called ‘Eco’ or ‘Eco round,’ players buy minimal or no gear to save money for later. The Pistol Round is the first round of each half, where both teams can only use pistols, so they’ll only have pistols equipped.

Game Modes: Learn about the different ways to play Counter-Strike. Whether you like defusing bombs in the classic mode or the intense action of Deathmatch, there’s a mode for everyone to have fun with.

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