SkinsFind your next favorite skin!
If you're a fan of CS:GO or CS2 skins, you're bound to be a fan of the newest addition to Total CS: the skins section. Featuring a complete skins database with historical price data, skin recommendations, tools to find good offers and a list of giveaways for you to enter!
Our skin database is filled with every skin available in Counter-Strike. Use it to learn about your favorite skins, search historical price data, view cases and collections and find the best deals.
With price data from over ten leading CS:GO and CS2 skin marketplaces, we're able to show you the very best deals available right now. Select the weapons you'd like to see skins for, and configure any other options you'd like (e.g. StatTrak or color) and see skins at heavily discounted prices.
With so many skin trading sites available to use, it can be hard to know which to go with. That's why we've compiled a list of reputable skin trading sites and lay out the important bits - commission, payment methods, cashout options, offers - for you to easily see and compare.
With thousands of CS:GO and CS2 skins, sometimes it can be a real problem finding one that's right for you. Our skin finder takes the hassle away. Enter your budget and configure the options - weapon type, color, rarity and condition - and we'll chef up some good recommendations.
If you love a freebie (who doesn't!?), you're going to love our giveaways section. We've found the very best CS:GO and CS2 skin giveaways and listed them all on this page. All you need to do a click a few buttons to enter!
WikiBrowse the beloved CS:GO Wiki!
The Wiki section of Total CS is jam-packed with useful tools and utilities for any CS:GO or CS2 player. Whether it's console commands, binds, guides, or something else you're looking for, this part of our site is a mecca of information.
Console commands have been a part of Counter-Strike since before it was even a standalone game (it was originally a Half Life mod). Over the years, the total amount in the game has added up to over 3,000. We've documented, categorized, and created examples for each and every one of them.
A bind is an action assigned to a button on your mouse or keyboard. For example, the left click button on your mouse is technically just a bind to shoot your gun. Total CS boasts the biggest database of useful binds for Counter-Strike, ranging from simple "mute all" binds, to complicated crosshair binds. Check all of them out by clicking on one of the buttons below.
CS:GO and CS2 have lots of maps, over 1,000 skins and over 50 different items and weapons. If you want to access any of these with commands, you're going to need to know their code (also known as an ID). Thankfully, we've created searchable databases of all the IDs you'll ever need in CS. Find links to these pages below.
One of the most important skills to develop in Counter-Strike is your aim and you can't have good aim without a good crosshair! Total CS' crosshair generator provides you with an interface to adjust every possible setting of a CS:GO or CS2 crosshair and view a real-time preview of how it will look in-game. When you've got your crosshair just right, just paste the commands outputted by the generator into CS:GO or CS2 and get playing with your new crosshair!
Launch options have a wide array of functionality - they can change your graphics settings, disable (and enable) certain features, among many other things. Our launch options page lists all of the launch options available in 2020, the launch options you should be using, launch options for specific cases (e.g. for better FPS, and for 144hz monitors), and shows you how to set them. Click the button below to visit this page.
When you play competitive matchmaking, your account is assigned a rank that can be levelled up or down depending on how well you perform in matches. The ranks section of Total CS shows the distribution of players in each rank, explains how the ranking system works, and provides tips to help you get the best rank possible.
CS:GO and CS2 have an extensive collection of maps. All of these maps have dozens of callouts, which can be used by you and teammates to refer to specific locations within them in communications. If you're new to the game and looking to learn a map's callouts, or experienced and looking to find out what a specific callout is, be sure to check out the callouts section of our website.