Dev1ce crosshair in CS: GO: see how to have player's aim

CS: GO allows players to make various adjustments and changes to the game by setting sensitivity, resolution and crosshair. However, to configure the scope, there are several complex options that give the gamer infinite possibilities. An alternative is to copy the crosshair of pro players, like Nicolai "dev1ce" Reedtz, awper of Astralis.

Astralis is one of the most prominent teams in the ranking of the Counter Strike: Global Offensive competitive landscape, and has won important titles in 2018. Dev1ce is one of the team's top players with his deadly awp. The following tutorial teaches you how to set up the scope according to the preferences of the Danish athlete.

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Tutorial teaches how to configure the sight as the device, athlete of Astralis

Step 1. The sights of the crosshair will be inserted into the console. To do this, it must be activated. Access the "options" in the upper right corner of the game menu;

Access the options in the main game menu

Step 2. Go to "Game Settings" and check "Yes" in the "Enable Developer Console (')" option;

Enable the Developer Console in the Settings menu

Step 3. Open the console, with the ' key ', which is below the 'esc' on the keyboard. With the console open, type the commands below, one at a time, and enter enter after each one;

cl_crosshair_sniper_width "2"
cl_crosshair_t "0"
cl_crosshairalpha "800"
cl_crosshaircolor "1"
cl_crosshairdot "0"
cl_crosshairgap "-2"
cl_crosshairsize "3"
cl_crosshairstyle "4"
cl_crosshairthickness "1"
cl_crosshairusealpha "1"

Enter the commands on the console, one at a time

Step 4. Be sure to check the crosshair after setup. To do this, start any game mode, such as starting with bots;

Your crosshair will look like dev1ce

After following all the steps, your aim will be set to dev1ce. It is worth mentioning that the athlete's resolution is 1024x768, with a ratio of 4: 3 black bars. The other resolutions will give the crosshair small changes, differing from the way the athlete uses it.