CS: GO Bhop commands guide

by mccartmedia

If you’ve ever heard of CS: GO bhop commands but are unsure where to get started, we have everything you need to know right here.

For those new to the game, bhopping might be an entirely new concept, and for players that have been around for a while, you might know what they are but might not have the commands ready when you need them.

What is bhopping?

Bhopping is short for bunny hopping, and as you might have heard, it allows you to increase your speed using a jumping technique which will enable you to cover more of the map quickly and get the ‘hop’ on your opponents.

There are several automated bhop scripts and commands available to make them easier to master, but they are only functional on some of the servers, not all. sv_cheats 1 need to be enabled to use these commands as a prerequisite.

What are the benefits of bhopping?

Before we get into the reasons to use bhop commands, you should first understand why players choose to use bunnyhopping. As we’ve mentioned above, speed is the top benefit of bunnyhopping, and secondly jumping faster can make it harder for players to get a shot on you.

On the outside, bunnyhopping appears pretty easy, but learning the technique can take years to perfect. Even the most veteran players struggle to make anything above three jumps, but if they do, its easy to see why they are worth it.

So why use commands?

  • For streamers, bunnyhopping in CS: GO translates to gold content for their viewers
  • Commands help users learn the core techniques to understand which keys you need to focus on.
  • Overall, bhop commands help players get to grips with the entire bunnyhopping concept.

As we’ve mentioned previously, sv_cheats 1 needs to be running on while playing offline or using your own server. The game engine offers these commands by default, meaning VAC bans are not issued as a result.

So, you now know the benefits of using bhop commands and when you should use them, let’s get into setting these commands up.

Thanks to its advanced script engine, players can create binds as required. You’ll have a variety of methods to add these, and bhop commands are exactly the same.

We have listed four known auto bhop commands beginning with the simplest to some of the more technical options. The first set is ideal for mastering the technique, but you can take things up a level with the Huge Speed commands.

A list of all available bhop commands

Training bhop commands

First up, you can set bunnyhopping at a mandatory speed.

sv_cheats 1; sv_autobunnyhopping 1;

This one is ideal for those looking to train and get to grips with bhopping as you simply hold the space bar and air strafe in different directions. No prior experience is needed.

Enhanced speed bhopping

Next, this one gives your jump a boost using the setting for speeds that are a few years old now.

sv_cheats 1; sv_autobunnyhopping 1; sv_enablebunnyhopping 1;

Once enabled players will achieve higher speeds than the first command above.

We’d advise only using the A and D keys while holding the space bar down combined with your mouse for bhopping (don’t use W). Press S or release the space bar to stop jumping.

Huge speed bhopping

This one is not too dissimilar to auto bhopping commands, velocity limits are increased, which results in huge speeds.

sv_cheats 1; sv_autobunnyhopping 1; sv_enablebunnyhopping 1; 

sv_maxvelocity 7000;sv_staminamax 0; sv_staminalandcost 0; 

sv_staminajumpcost 0; sv_accelerate_use_weapon_speed 0; sv_staminarecoveryrate 0; sv_airaccelerate 2000;

You can cover some massive areas in a single jump if you jump for long enough.

Default bhopping

This takes things up a notch from auto bhopping, and players often use them when they need huge speed commands. 

sv_cheats 1; sv_autobunnyhopping 1; sv_enablebunnyhopping 0; sv_maxvelocity 3500; sv_staminamax 0; sv_staminalandcost 0.050; sv_staminajumpcost 0.080; sv_accelerate_use_weapon_speed 0; sv_staminarecoveryrate 0; sv_airaccelerate 12;

They will reset the velocity limits to the basic values and you will jump at standard speed.

Disclaimer: Bhopping is often considered cheating in CS: GO, we do not hold any responsibility for those who get caught bhopping, and players carry out the technique at their own risk. The tournaments we hold at Komepetes rely on players competing legitimately, any player identified as cheating will be disqualified.

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