The Counter Strike 2 ranks are bound to play an integral role in Valve's overhaul of Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CSGO). Ranks are synonymous with the tactical shooter and is key to finding out how good you are.
Although the developer hasn't revealed anything about changes to the ranks, there's a high chance the same structure from CSGO will appear alongside some fine-tuning to refine the experience looking to climb the ladder and reach the highest rank.
Before we take a closer look at the Counter Strike 2 ranks, check out our guides showcasing all of the maps revealed so far and whether the game is free-to-play.
What are the Counter Strike 2 ranks?
At the time of writing, Valve hasn't shared any information on what the Counter Strike 2 ranks will look like. But, as the game is an overhaul of CSGO, expect several similarities when the ranks to appear.
Based on what we know, the game is likely to contain a total of 18 different ranks that are split into six tiers. These ranks determine your skill and the skill of your opponents when you load into a competitive match. Here's a closer look at the current system.
- Silver I
- Silver II
- Silver III
- Silver IV
- Silver Elite
- Silver Elite Master
- Gold Nova I
- Gold Nova II
- Gold Nova III
- Gold Nova Master
- Master Guardian I
- Master Guardian II
- Master Guardian Elite
- Distinguished Master Guardian
- Legendary Eagle
- Legendary Eagle Master
- Supreme Master First Class
- Global Elite
What is the top Counter Strike 2 rank?
The name of the top Counter Strike 2 rank remains a mystery but there's a high possibility of the Global Elite name making a return. The top rank often features the best players in addition to some professional players you may recognise from the Majors.
Once Valve shares more about the top rank, we'll update the guide with everything you need to know.
How do Counter Strike 2 ranks work?
Valve has never officially revealed how you move up and down the ranks but the community believes they've figured out how the system works despite the MMR number being hidden from your view.
It's believed that the ranks are determined by your overall performance over the course of a match alongside wins and losses. To improve your rank, improve kill-to-death ratio, damage per round, and earning MVP awards all play a part.
With so many factors to consider, make sure you're working well with your team in order to secure the win.
There you have it, that's all there is to know about the Counter Strike 2 ranks so far. Once more intel appears, we'll update the guide with everything you need to know. In the meantime, take a look at our guide asking if Counter Strike 2 is coming to console.
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