How to practice spray pattern and control in CS:GO
Here's all you need to know about controlling your spray in Counter Strike: Global Offensive, including a workshop recommendation!
Counter Strike: Global Offensive, or more widely known as CSGO is one of the popular FPS games that is situated on Valve’s Steam.
CSGO is widely appreciated for its loyalty to the gameplay structure of the Counter Strike series and it’s plethora of games that came before it that fundamentally hasn’t changed.
Shooting enemies is crucial in this game so it’s important that you can be able to do it on your own.
No, not every gunfight is possible to win in CS:GO, however you can practice your spray patterns to give you a better advantage.
This guide has all to know about how to practice your spray pattern and control in CS:GO.
Knowing the differences between the two
Before we begin, it is important for you to know the difference between a Spray Pattern and Spray Control.
People are often confused by both so this guide can help players in need to differentiate the two.
CS:GO have many guns in the game so each gun have their own spray pattern to learn
The Spray Pattern is where the bullets have ended up contradicting the crosshair position. This can vary depending on size of the gun and also style.
Spray Control is when you try to control the recoil of the spray by pulling the mouse downwards.
Once you master your Spray Patterns in CSGO, you will have a much better close-range gunfight.
This includes a better headshot and kill percentage and also spray transfer when against multiple opponents.
How can you practice your spray pattern and control? Workshops!
Bot Training is best for spray practice, where you can spray at multiple bots. This can be found through workshops on the Steam client.
The Recoil Master Spray Training workshop is one that is recommended by us and can be found through the Steam client’s workshop section.
This workshop map improves your shooting as it comes with intense patterns to learn from. Increasing the difficulty will also allow you to test your pattern/spray to it’s limit.
Deathmatch is also a recommended option to get you warmed up before your ranked games.
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