‘Counter-Strike 2’ followers dodge bullets with “Michael Jackson Peek”

‘Counter-Strike 2’ followers dodge bullets with “Michael Jackson Peek”

Counter Strike 2 gamers have found a trick that lets them seemingly dodge bullets, and in follow it appears a bit of like Michael Jackson‘s lean in ‘Easy Felony’.

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Reported by Rock Paper Shotgun, the “Michael Jackson Peek” in Counter-Strike 2 is achieved by operating within the sport whereas inputting a customized key bind. It’s as simple as pasting this code into the sport’s autoexec file within the participant’s Steam folder on their PC.

When energetic, the participant’s character leans in an identical solution to the lean seen in Michael Jackson’s music video for ‘Easy Felony’ in 1988. Test it out beneath:


It seems that the participant would have the ability to dodge bullets like this, however, dealing injury in a web-based match depends on quite a few interlocking programs that decide whether or not or not they hit their goal.

For instance, there are hitboxes surrounding the character like an invisible cuboid that detect assaults so long as that attacking interplay connects with the character’s hitbox.

There may be additionally the brand new sub-tick system in Counter-Strike 2 that calculates a participant’s “exact actions between ticks”, ticks being the discrete time intervals that actions are registered.

Counter-Strike 2. Credit: Valve.
‘Counter-Strike 2’ Credit score: Valve

Elsewhere, Valve defended the choice to stop help for Counter Strike 2 for PCs that use DirectX 9 and 32-bit Home windows programs and for Macs.


“As expertise advances, we’ve made the troublesome resolution to discontinue help for older {hardware}, together with DirectX 9 and 32-bit working programs. Equally, we’ll now not help macOS. Mixed, these represented lower than one % of energetic [Counter-Strike: Global Offensive] gamers,” it mentioned.

As such, solely the 64-bit Home windows and Linux variations of Counter-Strike 2 can be supported, however refunds for these aforementioned affected gamers can be out there till December 1.

In different gaming information, the gamers of Future 2 who have been erroneously banned within the newest wave of sanctions have been supplied £40 of in-game foreign money by Bungie as an apology.


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