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This category contains all commands that can be used to modify your camera's field of view (FOV), and also commands that change your view model (the location of your gun/character's hands).
This category contains all commands that trigger an input action on your keyboard, mouse, or other device. For example, pressing a key on your keyboard.
This category contains all commands that can be used to manipulate bots. For example, commands to add bots, kick bots, make them stay at spawn and change bot difficulty.
This category contains all of the console commands that effect the way your camera works, such as changing how it's viewed or fixing technical issues with how it works.
These commands all relate to the text chat box in CS:GO, and you'll find commands in here such as how to bind messages to certain keys to send in text chat.
The console commands in this category are all to do with using a controller or joystick to play CS:GO with, so won't apply to the majority of players.
The commands in this category will influence your CS:GO crosshair in some form, whether that's by adjusting its size, color or something else.
This category contains all of the CS:GO console commands that can be used to edit and optimize your heads-up display (HUD), such as changing its color or size.
This category contains all of the console commands that adjust how your mouse works in CS:GO, such as changing the sensitivity or turning mouse acceleration on or off.
This category houses the commands in CS:GO that affect your network, such as pulling up graphs that show network statistics or setting a dedicated max ping for your matchmaking preferences.
This category contains a full list of CS:GO commands that influence your in game radar, whether that's by expanding how large it is on your screen or choosing how much of the map it shows, or something else.
The console commands in the voice category are all related to the in-game voice comms in CS:GO. Commands here could lower the volume you hear other players at, mute them entirely and more.
Commands in this category are used when watching demos, or reviewing Overwatch evidence, in CS:GO.
Commands in this category send radio messages to your teammates.
Commands in this category can be used to set your client and map fog settings.
Commands in this category can be used to change server and host settings like IP addresses, query settings, etc.
Commands in this category are used to change multiplayer settings. Most of them start with mp_.
Commands in this category are used for, or commonly used in, the creation and management of keyboard and mouse binds. If you are looking for premade binds, check out our list of the best binds.
Commands in this category are specific to CS:GO's battle royale gamemode, Danger Zone.