Cs Go Surf Free

Surfing is by far my favorite thing to do in Counter Strike: Global Offensive and as soon as you try it you’ll fall in love with it too.


Surf is a mini-game where you as the play hug an angled wall while using the momentum you gain to complete an obstacle course. It has gained popularity over time as more servers started to record your best time on each map and rank you against others.


It was called surf because the original creator Mario thought that when people were playing his map it looked like they were surfing on waves.


This is quite an accurate description only that the waves do not move in game. As more maps have come out they’ve been listed in difficulty which ranges between tier 1 and 6. Although there is little known on where it originated from some say that with may have been in the game Quake or Unreal.


The first Counter Strike surf map is said to be ka_killbox on the original game which was later edited by the same developer into surf_city2. Later more maps using the surf mini-game were released like surf_green. There are two surf modes in CSGO which are combat or skill.


Skill surf tests your skills as you complete an obstacle course, usually pitting you against our previous best time.


Combat surf is just like skill surf, however, the aim is to kill the enemy team while surfing. Weapons are usually scattered around the map with the AWP being one of the most popular weapons.



  • Unfortunately for CSGO Free you will be unable to play the combat maps with bots as they are not smart enough to surf.

  • Surfing is not really useful outside of the mini-game, however, there are some spots in competitive maps that you’re able to surf giving you a small advantage getting somewhere without taking any damage.

  • You will need to download the surf maps from the CSGO Workshop which you can do either in game or in the steam application.

  • The easiest way to get to the right place is to open the game, select the “Workshop Maps” from the drop-down menu.

  • This can be done in both CSGO Free and the full version of the game.

  • This will open up the steam workshop and show you player submitted content for CSGO.


Luckily this is available for CSGO Free otherwise it’d be an annoying process of downloading maps and moving them to the correct folder. Once the page has loaded, type into search “Surf_” and this will bring up all the maps starting with surf in it.

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