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CS: GO Bot Commands That You Will Use

Since the beginning of Counter-Strike’s existence, bots have been a part of this game. The internet was not fast enough to support online multiplayer back then, so Counter-Strike was played mostly offline against bots or on LAN.

Bots are still an integral part of the game today. You can still practice against bots or opt for a private match between your friends. In this case, you will need to add some bots to fill in the gaps. But how to do so? You can find out how in this article. You may need these commands to use CS: GO Bots!

Types of CSGO bot commands

There are many types of CSGO bot commands. Some of these commands will work immediately, while others require you to activate the CS: GO cheat codes before you apply any bot commands in CS.GO, make sure sv_cheats1 is active. Let’s see which bot commands are available at the moment.

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Add Bot Commands

  • bot_add [side] [difficulty] [name]

Side t oder ct

Difficulty Easy, Normal, Hard, Expert

Name: optional. If you don’t specify, the bot will use a random name. The name must be associated with an existing bot profile, such as Albert, Fred, or Brad.

Bot_add allows you to choose the bot’s side and difficulty. You don’t need to use all of them. You can add bot_add to any console to add a bot to a team. You can specify the team by adding a side, such as the bot_add command. It will add one bot on the Terrorist side. You can also select a difficulty by adding it to the order. Bot_Add t Normal.

  • bot_join_team [side]

This command selects the team to which you would like the next bot_add to belong. It can be set to Any, CT, or T.

  • bot_place

This command is simple and mainly used for practice—type bot_place in the console, which will automatically create a bot for you. The order can be used with other authorities to place bots at different locations and manually keep them there. You can use it in combination with the bot_freeze command.

  • bot_quota [value]

This command adjusts the maximum number you can have on your server. You can change the default value to 10 or any other number.

  • bot_quota_mode [value]

You can use the bot_quota command to combine the bot_quota_mode orders. You can set the value to normal, the default, or fill and match. The fill valve can set bot_quota to the same number as the previous command. The match value will equal the ratio of bots and humans. (1 human:bot_quota).

  • bot_join_after_player 1

Bots can only connect to the server once a real player connects them. If there aren’t enough players, it is used to balance teams.

  • mp_humanteam [team]

This command can be used to prevent human players from joining a team. To allow humans to enter only the T side, you can use mp_humanteam C.

Bot Behavior Commands

  • notarget

The bots will completely ignore your command. They won’t shoot at your bots like you didn’t exist.

  • bot_dont_shoot 1

This command will disable all bots from shooting. You can deactivate it by changing the value to 0.

  • bot_freeze 1

As we have already stated, this command can be combined with other orders for practice purposes. To stop bots from moving, type this command. You can allow them to move once more by changing the value to 0.

  • bot_stop 1

This command is very similar to bot_freeze. It will immediately stop all bots from performing the same actions as before. You can set the value to 0, and they will cease moving, jumping, and shooting until you free them.

  • bot_mimic

All bots on the server will imitate your actions once activated (1). They will mimic your efforts if you crouch or shoot.

  • bot_crouch

This command will cause all bots to crouch if the value is 1. You can disable it by setting the value to 0.

  • bot_allow_rogues 1

This command will cause all bots to go rogue. They will stop responding to radio commands immediately. Set the value of 0 to switch them back to normal.

  • bot_ignore_players 1

This command is similar to the No target command. It will make all bots ignore you. They will still fight each other, however.

  • bot_zombie 1

Set bots into zombie mode. They won’t become zombies. They will stop moving and shooting.

  • bot_chatter [value]

This command is used for limiting bots’ communication. You can set the value to off, minimal, average, or radio.

  • bot_max_vision_distance_override [value]

Its command can be used to limit bot vision. You can change the default value to 1 to turn it on. It will make bots unable to see you if you are far away.

  • ai_disable

This command will disable the bot’s AI and cause them to perform idle animations.

Bot Difficulty Commands

Although you can manually choose the difficulty of a bot when adding it to the server, there’s an easier way to change the problem of all bots simultaneously with the bot_difficultycommand.

  • bot_difficulty [value]

This command will change all bot difficulties on the server. Make sure you set the correct value.

Value options

0 – Easy

1 – Normal

2 – hard

3 – Expert

  • sv_bots_get_harder_after_each_wave

Once enabled, bots will become more difficult after each wave.

  • sv_bots_get_easier_each_win

Use the command below to make the bots easier after winning each round.

  • player_botdifflast_s [value]

This command adjusts the difficulty of the bot that is left standing. The value options for bot_difficulty are the same as the bot_difficulty commands. 0 means that it is easy, and three means that it is difficult. You can make matches more exciting by using player_botdifflast_s3 to increase the bot’s difficulty and make it harder to clutch for humans.

  • bot_autodifficulty_treshold_high [value]

This command sets the difficulty to high. 5 is the default difficulty. -20 is the minimum, and 20 is the maximum.

  • bot_autodifficulty_treshold_low [value]

This command can be used to lower the difficulty. 5 is the default difficulty. 20 is the minimum, and 20 is the maximum.

  • Bot Weapon and Armor Commands

Some commands can only affect bots, in addition to regular weapon commands. Let’s take a look at them!

  • bot_knives_only 1

All bots use this command to restrict their use of knives.

  • bot_loadout [weapon]

This command allows you to set the weapon loadout that your bots will spawn with. Proper weapon commands are required to accomplish this. You can find the weapon commands you are looking for by visiting our given command guide.

  • bot_randombuy 1

This command will allow bots to buy random weapons based on their current balance. To make them buy again normally, set it to 0

  • sv_bots_force_rebuy_every_round

This command will cause bots to forget about the in-game economy and force them to purchase every round.

  • bot_allow_grenades

It allows bots to use one value. If you wish to turn it off, change the value to 0.

  • bot_allow_pistols

It allows bots to use guns when the value is 1. If you wish to disable it, change the value to 0.

  • bot_allow_shotguns

It allows bots to use shotguns when the value is 1. If you wish to turn it off, change the value to 0

  • bot_allow_sub_machine_guns

It allows bots to use submachine guns when the value is 1. If you wish to turn it off, change the value to 0

  • bot_allow_machine_guns

It allows bots to use machine guns when the value is 1. If you wish to turn it off, change the value to 0

  • bot_allow_rifles

It allows bots to use rifles when the value is 1. If you wish to turn it off, change the value to 0

  • bot_allow_snipers

It allows bots to use 1 when it is set to 1. If you wish to disable it, change the value to 0

  • bot_pistols_only

You can use this command to force bots to use pistols to practice against you. Set the value to 0 to switch it back.

  • bot_snipers_only

This command could be helpful on AWP-only maps like AWP_India and similar. You can type bot_snipers_only1 to disable all other weapons except sniper rifles.

  • bot_all_weapons

This command will override previous orders, allowing bots to use all weapons.

  • sv_bot_buy_grenade_chance [value]

This command allows bots to purchase grenades using any money left over. You can set the value from 0 up to 100. 100 is a 100% chance that a bot will buy a grenade.

  • sv_bot_buy_hegrenade_weight [weight]

The bot may need to know which grenade to purchase if they are buying one. You can assign a weight to each grenade to make it less random. It is the HE grenade. You can increase the likelihood of your grenade being purchased by him if you specify a higher weight.

  • sv_bot_buy_molotov_weight [weight]

The same as before, adjust the weight for molotovs.

  • sv_bot_buy_smoke_weight [weight]

You can also adjust the chance (weight) of bots that you want to purchase smoke grenades.

  • sv_bot_buy_flash_weight [weight]

You can change the weight value to adjust the probability of a bot purchasing a flash grenade, just like the previous three.

  • sv_bot_buy_decoy_weight [weight]

This command can increase the likelihood that a bot will buy the decoy bomb.

  • mp_free_armo [value]

This command will give bots armor based on their value. It can be set to 1 or 2 to provide them with Kevlar.

Bot Death Match Commands

These seven commands are required to create a private DM server.

  • mp_respawn_on_death_ct 1

This command will cause all CTs to respawn after death.

  • mp_respawn_on_death_t 1

This command will cause all Ts to respawn after death.

  • mp_ignore_round_win_conditions 1

This command ignores win conditions, as the name implies.

  • mp_buy_anywhere 1

Its command allows bots and players to buy any place on the map regardless of where they are located on the spawn.

  • mp_buytime 100000

This command will override any buy period rules and allow you to purchase for the entire duration. Set the value to a large number, so the timer doesn’t run out.

  • bot_defer_to_human_goals 1

This command will stop bots from performing a scenario task.

  • bot_defer_to_human_items 1

This command will stop bots from taking scenario items.

Bot CO-OP Commands

  • bot_coop_idle_max_vision_distance [value]

1400 is the usual vision distance at which bots can see an enemy. It is also the default value for this command. It can be increased or decreased. This command is helpful for idle bots participating in cooperative missions.

  • bot_coop_force_throw_grenade_chance [value]

Just type the following command to force bots to throw grenades. The 0.9 value indicates that a bot has a 90% chance of throwing a grenade.

  • mp_coopmission_bot_difficulty_offset [value]

The difficulty of bots can be offset during the coop mission. The default value of 0 is used. You can increase it to your preference.

Kick Bot Commands

  • bot_kick [criteria]

This command is handy because it allows you to kick different bots based on criteria. To kick all bots on the server, type bot_kick. If you combine the command with specific criteria, you can filter through bots to kick only those you wish. It is similar to “bot add,” and you can kick bots side by name, difficulty, or even their names. e.g., bot_kick CT will kick every bot from the CT side.

  • bot_kill [criteria]

This command will kill bots but not kick them off the server, unlike the bot_kick orders. They will respawn in the next round. The same criteria are used for selecting the bots that need to be killed, just like the previous command. bot_kill every day will eliminate all bots of average difficulty.

Please visit our How to Kick Bots in CSGO article for more information.

Other Bot Commands CS.GO

  • bot_goto_mark

This command will cause a bot to go to the designated navigation area.

  • bot_goto_select

This command is identical to the previous one. It will send a bot to the current area.

  • bot_traceview

This command will add a tracer to a bot’s aim. You will see the bot’s sight line drawn on your screen.

  • bot_show_nav 1

This command will display each bot’s navigation mesh.

  • bot_show_battlefront 1

This command shows the location on the map where bots and players often encounter one another first. It’s a good idea to know the hotspots of new maps so you can anticipate your first encounter with enemies during your online matches.

  • bot_show_occupy_time

This command, like the one before it, is also helpful for practicing. It will display a screen showing you the areas of the map which can be reached first by CTs or Ts.

  • bot_debug 1

This command will only enable the bot to debug functions.

  • bot_debug_target

Although the command helps debug bots’ features, it can’t be used in production. It is mainly used for testing purposes.

We hope that you enjoyed the CS: GO bot commands tutorial. They are divided into different categories to make it easier to find the commands. Was this article helpful? Check out top-selling CS: GO skins for 2023.

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