NiKo CS: GO Crosshair and viewmodel settings

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Oct 09

One of the best CS: GO players to never have won a Major. He came close twice, during Eleague Boston Major and once again during the PGL Stockholm Major. Both times, his team finished second, a heartbreak for one of the most talented players in the scene. Here are NiKo’s crosshair settings in CS: GO.

Regardless of his team’s results, there are very few CS: GO players who would not see his talent and his ability to single-handedly turn match outcomes. The 24-year-old player has an amazing aim and one of the reasons for his insanely good aim is his crosshair. While copying his crosshair settings might not make you capable of joining G2 esports (or maybe it will), but it will help you have an understanding of what might be more comfortable for you in the long run. 

Here are NiKo’s CS: GO crosshair settings. 

For a professional player, the viewmodel setting can mean the difference between a frag or a death. The viewmodel setting determines the amount of space your weapon and your hands take up on the screen. Adjusting it to one side of the screen 

There are slight variations to NiKo’s bob settings. What are bob settings in CS: GO? Bob settings determine how much your gun and viewmodel moves when you are running or shooting. It might not matter much if you are low ranks, but at the highest ranks it can become very distracting to some players. It is a matter of personal preference. Many pros just leave the lower amount to set at 5. But NiKo has more precise bob settings. 

Keep in mind that his launch settings are dependent on his computer and the amount of refresh rate of his monitor.

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