By Tom EllisPosted on: October 02, 2016 08:17:03The next time you go out and play CS:go, take a moment to stop and consider how the game’s physics and AI work.
For most players, this means that your aim is a lot more predictable than it is for the more technical players who have been playing for years.
There’s no need to be afraid to throw a few grenades or take a few shots, because the game knows how to predict your actions and react accordingly.
The more advanced players may struggle to hit targets and be able to out-muscle you if you’re not careful, but this is an unavoidable consequence of playing a game that has a lot of physics and a lot less AI.
As we’ve written about before, it’s incredibly important to keep an eye on the game, and to understand what you’re doing.
This is the key to learning how to play a game as fast as possible.
Here are some tips that we’ve picked up from our experience with CS: GO that can help you get the most out of your time with the game.1.
Get comfortable and familiar with the controlsMost people tend to use the mouse and keyboard in the same way, and you may feel confused at first, but you’ll soon be more comfortable with it.
The mouse and the keyboard are a big part of CS: go’s intuitive controls, and this is because they’re incredibly intuitive.
A lot of players think they need to have a controller to play, but they’re actually just using the same controller.
In fact, most of the time you’ll want to use one controller with one game mode, which means you’ll likely have to use a controller with a different mouse button to make the most of it.
You won’t have to worry about being confused with a mouse that’s different than the one you’re using in-game, and with all the controls in CS: Go you’ll be able adjust your sensitivity, speed, and distance in real time.2.
Get accustomed to playing with the “best” weaponsWhen you first start playing CS: there’s a good chance you’ll find yourself using a weapon that you’re familiar with.
This means that you’ll have to learn the game in a certain way, which can be difficult if you haven’t played CS before.
CS: is a game of positioning, so it’s very important to remember that your movement will be determined by the weapon you’re facing.
When you’re in the heat of battle, it may be very easy to just move with your mouse and hit your opponents, but when you’re just playing the game and aren’t in the thick of the action, this can be very frustrating.
For this reason, it pays to be familiar with weapons.
In a recent article on The Verge, we spoke about the importance of being able to see the weapon’s effect before you shoot it, so this will definitely come in handy if you are in a position where you don’t want to take damage from the weapon.3.
Practice and practise practiceIn a lot like how a chess player has to practice a lot to master their game, the same is true of a CS: player.
There are two main ways to practise: using the game as a learning tool or to just go for a few matches.
While playing the “correct” way will help you improve and become more efficient, it won’t give you the kind of knowledge that you need to use to be more effective in the long term.
Practice will come naturally, but it’s best to focus on learning and mastering the game that you want to play.4.
Be prepared to dieThere are a lot things you can do in a game to keep you in the game longer than the normal two minutes limit, but one of the most important is to practice dying.
When it comes to playing CS, dying is almost always the right thing to do, because if you die in a match, you’re losing the game forever.
It’s something that should be part of any player’s arsenal, and a death can be a major factor in whether you win or lose.
A game’s death system, when properly designed, will have you knowing exactly when you can and cannot take any damage in the process.5.
Don’t be afraid of being overwhelmed with informationThe most important thing in learning CS:Go is to know as much as possible about the game before you start playing.
This will ensure that you get into a good rhythm with your games and will help ensure that when you die, you know exactly what happened.
Learning how to deal with situations and make your own decisions will help make the game a lot easier to enjoy for the longer you play.