Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) offers a wide range of configurations for players. Among them, there are several options for crosshair, ranging from specific types of sights to adjustments of size, color and spacing. Learn how to set up a crosshair like the pro player Tarik "tarik" Celik, who is in the cast of MIBR. The definitions were taken from the athlete's page on Twitch.tv.
Tarik has played for teams such as Counter Logic Gaming, Optic Gaming and Cloud9, where he was champion and MVP of the major of ELEAGUE in Boston, 2018. Recently, the player was acquired by MIBR and took the place of Ricardo "Boltz" Prass. In Made In Brazil, he plays alongside the Brazilians Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo, Marcelo "coldzera" David, Fernando "fer" Alvarenga and the American Jake "Stewie2K" Yip.
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Step-by-step teaches you how to set up the sights like tarik, a member of the MIBR
Step 1. The console will be used to enter the data provided by the pro player. For this, it is necessary to verify that the console is activated in your game. Access the "options" in the upper right corner of the main menu;
Access the options in the main game menu
Step 2. Go to "Game Settings" and check "Yes" in the "Activate Developer Console (')" option;
Enable the Developer Console in the Game Settings menu
Step 3. With the console enabled, press the ' key to open the command window. The key is below the "esc" on keyboards. In the window that opens, enter the commands listed below, one at a time, and "enter" after each one;
Enter the commands on the console, one at a time
Step 4. Check if your crosshair was modified after the previous process. Enter any game, such as against bots.
The crosshair will be like tarik after following the previous steps
After that, your aim will be set to tarik. Tarik uses the stretched 1024x768 resolution, and if you want to accurately reproduce the crosshair, you need to use the same resolution as the pro player. Different resolutions result in small crosshair deformations.