How To Play Danger Zone Csgo

Introducing Danger Zone — a fast-paced battle royale game manner built on CS:GO’s tactical gameplay where players utilize their wits, skill, and resources to fight to the terminate.

―Official description

Danger Zone
is a Battle Royale mode added to
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
in the December half-dozen, 2018 update. As a Boxing Royale game manner, Danger Zone sees xviii players enter a single battle arena, scavenge for equipment, and fight to the terminal homo.


Danger Zone Web log Prototype

Danger Zone is a battle royale mode where players scavenge for equipment and engage in combat with each other in a shrinking battle arena, and the last surviving player (or role player team) wins. The mode has maximum eighteen players per game, either in Solo or in Duos.

Danger Zone is attack large open maps exclusive to the mode. The map is divided up into hexagons. At the start of a game, players demand to cull an area of the map from which the thespian will spawn into. Once the game starts, players will be rappelled into their preferred spawn area. Players start equipped with nothing except their Fists as a weapon, one Medi-Shot, a Tablet to meet the map and purchase items, as well every bit one equipment of the player’southward selection.

Danger Zone

Later the game starts, players will need to gather equipment and fight to the last man. The safe space on the map gradually shrinks, forcing players closer together and making combat more frequent.

Danger Zone does not feature conventional respawning. Players can only respawn when they playing in Duos, while his teammate is alive.

Equipment & Cash

Danger Zone does not feature conventional detail purchase. Additional weapons and equipment can be collected from randomized spawns around the map, or purchased with Greenbacks.

Scattered around the map are supply boxes, containing weapons and equipment that tin be collected once they’re broken. Supply boxes with secondary Weapons, Grenades, or Medi-Shots can be broke open with fists or other weapons. Supply boxes with primary weapons require a weapon of some kind (Melee weapon, Gun, or Grenade) to be opened.

In addition to supply boxes, Cash can exist obtained to purchase additional equipment. Package of Cash can be found effectually the map, each providing $l when picked upwardly. A $100 exploration award is likewise given if the player travels to another hexagon zone and staying at that place for a short menses of fourth dimension. A $700 bonus can be obtained past surviving expansions of the Danger Zone.

The new Danger Zone Ranks, in order left to right, elevation to bottom.

The Tablet is used to purchase equipment with cash. Players are provided a menu of items to purchase with their money, and upon buy, a drone volition evangelize the purchased particular to the tablet that ordered the detail.

Locked gates tin likewise be found around the map. These requiring a fee of money to be opened, additionally they can be blast open using an explosive.

Locked Safes containing coin can as well exist plant. They come up with explosives wrapped around them, and arming these explosives will destroy the safe, allowing the histrion to collect the money within.

In the late game, large crates will be dropped from the sky containing better weapons.

In the July 22, 2019 update a skill group organization was introduced to Danger Zone. Different Wingman & Competitive matchmaking, players from all skill groups are queued together (rather than attempting to put players from specific skill groups in the same match).

Ranked and Unranked Danger Zone

As of the June 3, 2021 update, Danger Zone (similar to Competitive and Wingman was divide into two modes.
Ranked, where players’ skill groups tin exist seen & factor heavily into finding other players, and
Unranked, where players’ skill are still calculated based on their performance, merely skill groups cannot be seen & at that place are no restrictions on skill groups for partying with other players.

Ranked Danger Zone is only bachelor for players with Prime status, while Unranked is available for not-Prime players and Prime players that toggle “Ranked Matches” to “Unranked Matches” in the “Play CS:GO” window.

Weapons & Equipment

Danger Zone features new weapons, equipment, and items. These include:

  • Hammer
  • Spanner
  • Axe
  • Diversion Device (An alternative version of Decoy Grenade)
  • Frag Grenade (An culling version of HE Grenade)
  • FireBomb (An alternative version of Molotov)
  • Breach Charge
  • Tablet
  • Parachute
  • Fists
  • ExoJump Boots
  • Bump Mine
  • Ballistic Shield
  • Radar Jammer
  • An alternative version of the C4 with a compass
  • An alternative of the Armor that can be picked up

Deployment Perk

At the beginning of a game, the histrion gets to select a deployment perk to drop with. This includes:

  • ExoJump Boots
  • Parachute
  • Medi-Shot
  • Zeus x27
  • Ballistic Shield
  • Firebombs
  • C4 Explosive
  • Kevlar + Helmet
  • Drone Pilot Tablet
  • Bonus Explore $
  • Bonus Moving ridge $

Supply Crates spawn around the map. These are identifiable by a color, letter and number which tells the player what is inside them.


Only one map is bachelor for matchmaking at one time.

  • Blacksite (released on Dec half dozen, 2018)
  • Ember (became official on February 21, 2022)
  • Sirocco (released on April 30, 2019)
  • Vineyard (became official on February 21, 2022)

Removed maps

  • County
    Operation Riptide
  • Frostbite (became official on December 3, 2020, removed on September 21, 2021)
  • Jungle (became official on November 18, 2019, removed on July 23, 2020)

Behind the scenes

  • Data on Danger Zone was first added to the game files in the May 31, 2016 update. The mode is referred to as “survival” in the game files. Additional files were added to the game files throughout 2017.[1]
  • Information on Danger Zone’south map was offset added to the game files in the October x, 2016 update. The map was referred to as “island” in the game files.


Supply Crates



Map Features


  1. Deviation log,January 12, 2017 on GitHub

  2. Divergence log, June 20, 2017 on GitHub