ALL SV_CHEATS 1 CS:GO COMMANDS – Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

ALL SV_CHEATS 1 CS:GO COMMANDS – Counter-Strike: Global Offensive 1 -
ALL SV_CHEATS 1 CS:GO COMMANDS – Counter-Strike: Global Offensive 1 -

In this guide, we will be going over a special type of console commands in CS:GO – the sv_cheats 1 commands. These are often referred to as CS:GO cheat commands, or CS:GO hacks or hack commands. The reason is what these commands do, as they can often archive the same thing as some CS:GO hacks.
Before we start, you will need to enable these commands, and also we will go over some common questions about the commands.


Absolutely not! Since these console commands and cvars only works in a server where sv_cheats is activated, you will not be VAC banned for trying out the commands in your own server, and the commands will simply not work in competitive games or public CS:GO games.
So do not worry, you can safely try out these commands in your own server – they are “VAC proof”.


If you create your own server, for example by starting a game with bots, or settings up a server where you are admin, you can activate sv_cheats with a simple console command.
Open up the developer console, and type the following:

sv_cheats 1

The default value is 0, when sv_cheats is set to 1, it means that it has been activated. Please note, that it is not only activated for you, but for everyone in the server. So everyone else will be able to use the same commands, except bots.


Wallhacks mean that you can see other players and objects through the walls. There are a few commands that will you get a feeling of a wallhack, and we have listed them from the best to worst below.

r_drawothermodels 2

Will render the player models as wireframe, which will make you able to see teammates and enemies through the walls. You will not be able to distinguish friendly teammates from enemies, but you can use your radar for this instead.
The default value is 1 (no wireframe wallhack). It can be 0, 1, or 2.

enable_skeleton_draw 1

This will render the “skeleton” of all players, giving you the ability to see the “skeletons” through the walls.
The default value is 0. It can be 0 or 1.

mat_wireframe 2

Mat_wireframe works a lot like the r_drawothermodels 2 command. The difference is that mat_wireframe will also render other things than the player as wireframe, making it a bit more confusing to look at.
The default value is 0. Can be 0, 1, 2, 3 or 4 (various wireframe renderings).

mat_proxy 2

This is more like a traditional wallhack. You will be able to see players through some walls and objects, but your screen will also turn very bright at times, so it is not really that useful.
The default value is 0. It can be 0, 1, 2, or 3.


Get 100% accuracy, even when running and completely remove randomness from shooting.

weapon_accuracy_nospread 1

This command will enable no-spread / disable weapon inaccuracy.
The default value is 0 (spread enabled).

weapon_recoil_scale 0

This command will enable no recoil. This means that your bullets will always hit where your crosshair is.
The default value is 2. It can be any value, also negative. Negative values will invert the recoil pattern.


These commands work a lot like cla*sic cheats you would find in a computer game. Giving you invincibility, infinite ammo, and the ability to move through objects.


The cla*sic god-mode command. Will make you invincible.
Type again to turn it off.

sv_infinite_ammo 1

Will give you infinite ammunition for all your guns.
The default value is 0. It can be 0, 1, or 2 which will net different degrees of infinite ammo.
0: no infinite ammo
1: infinite ammo with infinite magazine size (no reload needed)
2: infinite ammo, but limited magazine size (you will need to reload)


Noclip mode aka. “no clipping” command. Will give you the ability to fly around and move through objects.
Type again to turn off.


Typing “thirdperson” in the console menu will change the view from first-person to third-person.
To go back to the first-person view, type “firstperson” in the console.


Change perspective to first-person.

r_drawparticles 0

The “no smoke” cheat/command. Using this command will hide particles, which include smoke from smoke grenades unless you are standing directly inside the smoke.
The default value is 1. It can be 0 or 1.

fog_override 1

The “no fog” command. When you zoom in with a sniper rifle, the image will be kind of foggy. With this command active, you will have a clear image even while zoomed in.
After using fog_override 1, you should use fog_enable 0 to disable fog completely.

fog_enable 0

Disable fog – see the previous command.
The default value is 1. It can be 0 or 1.


This will open an interactive user interface (UI) where you can play with fog settings. You can decrease and increase fog and even change the color of the fog.

host_timescale [value]

The “speed hack” command, replace [value] with any value.
This will not only speed you up but will change the speed/timescale of the whole server, making everyone appear super quick or slow.
The default value is 0. Higher values will make you move faster, while lower values will make you move slower.
Example values
Speed up: host_timescale 5
Slow-motion: host_timescale 0.5

host_framerate [value]

Another speedhack command, replace [value] with any value.
This works by locking the framerate, which will, in turn, make the game faster/flower.
The default value is 0 (off). If you set host_framerate to 500, you will see your in-game FPS counter being locked at 500 FPS, while you are not really getting 500 FPS, your in-game movements will be slower.
Higher values = slower.
Lower values = faster.
Example values
Speedhack: host_framerate 50
Slow-motion: host_framerate 500

sv_consistency 0

Consistency bypa*s. This command will enable/disable whether the server enforces file consistency for critical files.
The default value is 0.

sv_showimpacts 1

When enabled, you will see an impact marker every time you shoot.
The default value is 0. It can be 0 or 1.

cl_pitchup 900

Unlock max up sight. 900 can be replaced with any value.
It is the amount you can move up. If set to 900, you can move all the way up you want, until you turn around and are upside down.
The default value is 89.

cl_pitchdown 900

Unlock max down sight.
Opposite of cl_pitchup.
The default value is 89.

snd_show 1
snd_visualize 1

Sound ESP command. Will display various information about in-game sounds.
The default value is 0.

cl_leveloverview 2

This command will show you the whole map from above.
However, this command can sometimes be buggy and will only work sometimes.
The default value is 0. Values can be 0, 1, or 2.


These commands will change like the game renders, much like the “wallhack” commands from earlier in this article.

mat_fullbright 3

Fullbright command. At the highest value, the walls and models will appear smooth and bright.
The default value is 0. Can be 0, 1, 2 or 3.

mat_fillrate 1

This is the “no flash” command, sometimes called “Asus wallhack”. When this is enabled, your screen will not become bright when being flashed by a flashbang grenade.
The default value is 0 (off). Can be 0 or 1.

r_showenvcubemap 1

When this command is enabled, all models and weapons will look like the have a chrome finish.
The default value is 0. Can be 0 or 1.

mat_showlowresimage 1

Minecraft mode. This command will enable extra low resolution, making the walls and environment look like Minecraft.
The default value is 0. Can be 0 or 1.


These commands are not as useful, but nonetheless they require that sv cheats are enabled in order to function.


A built-in level performance tool

cl_particles_show_bbox 1

Grenade/particle “ESP”.
The default value is 0. It can be 0 or 1.

mat_luxels 1

Enable luxels (squares on walls).
The default value is 0. It can be 0 or 1.

r_drawmodelstatsoverlay 1

The default value is 0. It can be 0 or 1.

r_visualizetraces 1

This command enabled tracers.
The default value is 0. It can be 0 or 1.

r_drawlights 1

The default value is 0. It can be 0 or 1.

r_drawrenderboxes 1

This command will draw boxes around, player models.
The default value is 0. It can be 0 or 1.

vgui_drawtree 1

VGUI Hierarchy
The default value is 0. It can be 0 or 1.


All the commands in this article can be combined, so it is not up to you to try out various combinations. Taking a few friends into a server and enabling some of the commands can be quite some fun, and I recommend you to play around with the “speedhacks” and infinite ammo commands.

Written by Bueno’s

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