Primarily for deathmatch where cost is not an issue. The lightprobe command requires you specify a base file name. It also shows your velocity run speed. Remember this is a full list of commands, so it is huge. The larger the number, the more zoomed in the radar appears.
To circumvent this problem, one requires powerful hardware that can push out all sorts of graphical details in their full glory and resolution. In fact, it's peak player count can outshine almost any other game. It's currently one of the most widely played shooting games on Valve's Steam digital game distribution. The default value for this command is 40, though it can be set to crazy values like 1 or 2000 damage per second. Client only command New in v1. If multiple, separate them with spaces. See argument information for combinations and help.
Client only command New in v1. The default value for this command is 6 seconds. Nodes that are connected to the selected node by the net graph will be drawn in red with magenta lines connecting to the selected node. It lets you execute config files from inside the game, like how autoexec does this automatically. That means you can edit this command to allow you to look under you, effectively looking through your character model's legs at what is behind you.
The Radar Adding this set of commands to your autoexec file will make the whole map appear on the radar the entire time, making it easier to spot enemies. Z Offset Set this to a number between 2 and -2. Now the console should appear after you start the game. Recommended to set this to however many cores your computer has probably 4. It allows you to make them last for just a moment, or for an extended period of time.
Use a low number like 10 to have it barely visible, and a high number like 250 to have it fully colored. If the bot spawns dead, it will respawn at the start of the next round. Bind Key The key that you'd like to assign the subsequent command to. This feature will swap players around teams at the end of a round if there are an unequal amount of players on either time i. This is another useful command for training spreads, which you need to remember.
It can be adjusted to give priority to other purchases, such as defuse kits, grenades and more. This is used commonly in deathmatch servers. While games of this genre are very immersive, they're also quite computationally taxing to run. Arguments: incrementvar — Increment specified convar value. You can do it by setting up a bind and placing it your autoexec. Apart from this, there are a bunch of other Give Commands also available in the game.
If there is voting e. Use multiple times to access all four corners. If a Place argument is given, the current Place is set. The default value for this command is 150. This is only for debugging. This will appear in the top left of your screen by default. It's a powerful tool that allows you to implement changes or customizations quickly by typing only.
Some entites will also display entity specific overlays. It is an important command to adjust to ensure your aim is as good as it can be. If the bot spawns dead, it will respawn at the start of the next round. This color is shown on the radar and on your Steam avatar when in the lobby. Green lines show the active soundscape, red lines show soundscapes that aren't in range, and white lines show soundscapes that are in range, but not the active soundscape. Setting this to 0 will disable voice. The name must have an existing profile e.
In order to enable this command, you have to be the admin of the server. Everyone else can still see them. How to Change Viewmodel Your viewmodel is your character's hands, the gun that you're holding, and anything else fixed in-front of the camera when in first-person mode. This is most useful in combination with bindings to let one keypress execute a large number of console commands. If you want to change to the competitive server tickrate of 128, change to that with this command. Your view model is your hand and the gun in it that displays in first person mode. Difficulty The difficulty the spawned bot should have.
It only removes the bloodstains and bullet marks for you. It is just below the Escape Esc key, and when you press it, the console should open. Nodes that are not connected via the net graph from the selected node will be drawn in blue. In other words, it can be used to fast forward through rounds you're not interested in watching. Works on the same scale as normal volume. The problem is that they can cause issues in some games and cause a minor hit to performance in others.