When it comes to bhopping in CS:GO and CS2, there are two routes you can go down.
Firstly, you can practice bhopping on with cheats off to get a feel of how to land b hops in actual competitive games.
Or, you can use this set of bhop commands below in a private server with cheats on and fly around like you’re the one and only phoon. And that's what this guide will show you how to do. If you're looking for help with bunny hopping without cheats, then check out our scroll jump bind page where we display all of those relevant binds.
1. Enable and Open the Developer Console
Skip this step if you've enabled the developer console already.
The only prerequisite for these commands is that you have the developer console enabled (duh!). You can do this by going to your CS:GO or CS2 settings, then the
Game tab and then select
Yes on the
Enable Developer Console dropdown. If you're struggling to enable it, check out our enabling the developer console guide for more help.
You can open the developer console after enabling it by pressing the
~ key on your keyboard.
2. Bunny Hop Commands
Find two variations of bunny hop commands below. After either of the two commands are activated, hold space, and moving left or right as you land to build the momentum of the b hop. You’ll feel your speed increase with each jump landed.
Fast Bunny Hop Commands
These commands will make you automatically bunny hop whilst holding space, and also raise Counter-Strike's velocity limits so that you get faster with each hop. If you're talented enough, you can eventually reach a speed at which you could cover A Long on Dust II in just one hearty leap. Click the copy button below to copy them (then paste into your developer console):
sv_cheats 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_autobunnyhopping 1;sv_airaccelerate 2000
Regular Bunny Hop Commands
These commands will make you bunny hop whilst holding space, but not raise CS' velocity limits (it sets them to their default values). This means that you'll reach the maximum possible speed that you could in a matchmaking server with bhops, not "supernatural" speeds like the first command. Click the copy button below to copy them (then paste into your developer console):
sv_cheats 1;sv_enablebunnyhopping 1;sv_maxvelocity 3500;sv_staminamax 0;sv_staminalandcost 0.050;sv_staminajumpcost 0.080;sv_accelerate_use_weapon_speed 0;sv_staminarecoveryrate 0;sv_autobunnyhopping 1;sv_airaccelerate 12
As we mentioned earlier in this article, if you're looking for commands you can use in competitive matchmaking servers instead, check out our scroll jump bind page where we display all of the relevant binds.
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