Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

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3000 Mar 20, 2013 @ 6:17pm
wtf is this stupid delay♥♥♥♥♥♥
i buy a gun and have to wait for it to spawn in my hands this is a huge disadvantage in competitive and it makes me not wanna play does this happen to anyone else
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Wowser Mar 20, 2013 @ 8:16pm 
1. I know that pain; quick fix, switch to your primary or melee as it will "update" your purchases
2. No. No it is not even close to a disadvantage in competitive. The delay is minimal (3-4 seconds) meaning if you buy quickly you'll have your gun before the round starts amd B) you don't need to have your weapon to move meaning you can still rush the b bombsite while waiting for it to "update" meaning 0 disadvantage.

It is a stupid bug, but cs go has MANY stupid bugs and unlike bhopping, they aren't welcomed (cough cough cl_righthand 0 cough this cough mac crashes cough cough)
Last edited by Wowser; Mar 20, 2013 @ 8:16pm
3000 Mar 20, 2013 @ 10:22pm 
thanks for the tip, but it isnt just a 3-4 second delay, sometimes i have to wait from anywheres between 10-30 seconds and ill just say screw it and run in with a pistol. regardless i appreciate the reply
Sebastian Nielsen Mar 20, 2013 @ 10:58pm 
I would suggest verifying your cache. Sounds like a odd problem.

For me, I get the weapons the millisecond I buy them, the only time I have to wait is the cycle time for the weapon to cycle into ready position.

Check so your internet does not suffer from packetloss. If the purchase packets from your client to server is getting lost all the time, the purchase will not go through (weapon spawn in your hands) before the client get the packet to the server, and resending that packet a couple of time can take quite a time.
Try pinging (Start -> CMD, then write "ping" then enter)

Packet loss SHOULD be 0%. If you consistently, at different times at day, get a higher value than 0%, its time to talk to your ISP. The problem is then not the game, its your ISP then.

Packet loss is, in small quanities, now we talking about a couple of packets per day, is quite normal on the internet. However, consistently getting packetloss is NOT normal, and can have severe effect on your internet connection quality. Causes for packet loss can for example be a dodgy ADSL line between your house and your local DSLAM, for example a corroded copper line.
Packet loss may make you suffer from lag spikes too, so if you get lag spikes occasionally while playing, thats packet loss. Also, if you notice that you have inconsitent load times when browsing the internet, that may be because of packetloss to. For example, if webpages sometimes takes ages to load, thats because TCP is resending lost packets.
Last edited by Sebastian Nielsen; Mar 20, 2013 @ 11:07pm
Ev8 Mar 21, 2013 @ 12:44am 
user error.
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Date Posted: Mar 20, 2013 @ 6:17pm
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