Discussion in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive started by nyronic, Aug 30, 2012
Wow. Well it is still new. This problem can be fixed easily. I'm sure mappers can patch it up.
Im pretty sure valve will once they see this
Misleading title is misleading *cough*
I think they might patch it during the next weeks
Yeah I hope so, that's game breaking stuff. lol
I wonder if its the texture or the map.
Its just a simple bullet block they need to put behind the wall.
its the way their "new" wall penetration code works, it's based off of the material you shoot, and pretty much ignores anything behind it. Those pillars and stuff were most likely props I think.
Oo I'm going to do that shit with bots and fuck them up before they patch it. Thanks for this video.
Woah, We've got a psychic here
As far as i'm aware this is also do-able in 1.6.
I believe they wanted to bring this feature back for GO since the professional/competitive 1.6 players takes this into account when playing.
I'm not fully sure, correct me if my theory is wrong.
Get an auto sniper and spray at head height through a wall? Seems legit.
I don't think... Shooting throught a wall and the bullets zipping throught the whole map is legal in any way, especially not in competitive play. There is penetration at a certain margin between materials and walls but that just goes throught the whole map xD
I've had it a couple of times that I've gotten shot throught the most strangest places though
I do agree that it does seem really weird being able to do that indeed, i just guessed that they wanted to bring back some 1.6 "features" by trying to look from the competitive side of CS.
I've stated this before on the forums. I've played 1.6 competitively as well and I can tell you, all 1.6 fans are cheering this discovery. Luffaren, you are correct, Torbull from ESEA started the CS:GO project with Valve for the competitive industry, not your regular CS players. Torbull's goal was to get the 1.6 and CS:S communities unified on a new game so he had the top 1.6 and CS:S players give their constant feedback on how to develop the game. Wallbanging is an essential piece of 1.6 gameplay, Joris. Without wallbanging, it'll be just another game that 1.6 people will complain about and not play... which is counterproductive to their initial goal of unifying the players.
I'm pretty sure I never said that wallbanging isn't essential or should have been removed. I just said that the way it now functions in the game is not correct as wallbanging only works at a certain margin and for a select amount of materials. Even in real-life, an awp would never ever be able to penetrate a wall that is about 10 meters tick? Let alone an AK47 or an M4A1 xD
Of course you are right that it's something important for competitive play, but it should firstly function normally instead of irrealisticly ;-)
iirc I thought cs 1.6 was simply based off of a set penetration distance in units on a per weapon basis?
They are spam spots, seems okay to me. 1.6 has them and competitively it works out great. This is something a lot of 1.6 players did not like about source, the lack of spam spots.
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