Surf maps has become very popular in both CS:GO and Source. If you want to do a little surfing on your own, you will first need to set a few settings, otherwise you will not be able to surf properly. These settings will work both for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and CS Source as well as CS 1.6.
When you have downloaded a surf map, start the game and open the developer console (~). Once in the console, type in the following commands, which will change the settings.
CS:GO & CS:Source Surf settings
What really makes the difference, is the sv_airaccelerate. It is pretty straightforward what it does: it makes you accelerate faster or slower when in the air. Some servers has the sv_accelerate and sv_airaccelerate set to either highe or lower values. For example they could have sv_airaccelerate set to 1000 instead of 800.
You can also change the sv_airaccelerate based on what difficulty you would like.
- Hard: sv_airaccelerate 100
- Semi hard: sv_airaccelerate 150
- Medium: sv_airaccelerate 200
- Easy: sv_airaccelerate 400
- Fun: sv_airaccelerate 800
- Extra easy: sv_airaccelerate 1000
I would not recommend settings the sv_accelerate above 10, it will make your strafing to exaggerated.
If the server adds bot, and you want to remove them, use the command “bot_kick” in the console.
CS 1.6 and Condition Zero Surf Settings
I’m not 100% sure about this, but I recall you have to set the following settings (cvars):
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