22 Mar 2021 9:24 AM +00:00

CS:GO: New Bug Reduces Player Accuracy When Crouched

CS:GO has consistently held the highest player base on Steam for what feels like an eternity now.

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The game has seen unparallel success in recent months, and it is still one of the premier shooters out there. 

With the game being so reliant on aim; there appears to be a new bug affecting your accuracy during certain movements. 

Here's the news! 

 

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Crouching is one of the most important aspects when you are playing CS:GO.

Typically, players will use this stance when they are trying to control their weapon spray more, or they are trying to hide from enemies.

Now, players have discovered a new bug that apparently reduces the accuracy of your weapons when you take this stance.

This new discovery comes from WIN.gg, who ran some tests to show the inaccuracy players are getting when they crouch and the accuracy.

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They noted that the accuracy dips around 30 percent when players change from standing to crouching. 

As of now, Valve has not commented on these issues; and it is unknown if they are going to address this new discovery in upcoming patches.

This appears to be a massive issue within the game, and we do not know if this is intended or not.

Be sure to let us know if you have experienced increased inaccuracy when changing positions. 

 

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