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CS2 Long Jump Bind Console Command: How to Use It in Your Game

Movement is a crucial part of Counter Strike 2 that players must master to rank up in the game. While having good aim is essential, having good movement can help players outmaneuver their opponents and take advantageous gunfights. However, mastering movement in CS2 can take months of consistent practice.

Fortunately, there are certain shortcuts that players can take to make learning movement a bit easier. One such shortcut is assigning keybinds to certain actions in CS2, which can help players land even the most difficult jumps in the game without fail. One of the most useful keybinds that players can have in CS2 is the long jump bind, which enables players to hit maximum height with their jump while also helping them to travel the maximum distance. In the following paragraphs, we will discuss how players can set up the CS2 long jump bind with just a few console commands.

CS2 Long Jump Bind Console Commands

In CS2, players can set up a long jump bind using the in-game console. To do this, they must execute the following commands by pasting them into the console:

  • alias +LJ “+duck; +jump; -forward; -back”
  • alias -LJ “-duck; -jump;”
  • bind “space” +LJ

These commands will bind the long jump action to the space bar key. Players can also incorporate this command into their autoexec file to ensure it executes automatically each time they launch CS2. To edit the autoexec file, players must navigate to the installation folder of CS2 and locate the following directory:

\SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\Counter-Strike Global Offensive\game\csgo\cfg

Once they have reached this directory, players must find their autoexec.cfg file and open it using Notepad. If they don’t already have an autoexec file, they can simply create a text document and rename it to ‘autoexec.cfg.’

Within the autoexec.cfg file, players must insert the following command:

  • alias +LJ “+duck; +jump; -forward; -back”; alias -LJ “-duck; -jump;”; bind “space” +LJ

After doing this, players can launch CS2 and enter ‘exec autoexec’ in the console to activate the autoexec file.

It is important to note that having a keybind can only help so much if players can’t airstrafe to increase their jumping distance in the game. Therefore, players will need to practice their strafes if they’re looking to hit long jumps in CS2.

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Justin is a gaming journalist known for his coverage of the video game industry, with a focus on the business and labor practices of major video game companies. He is a contributing editor at Fragster and has written for a variety of other publications, including Wired and Polygon. He is known for his investigative reporting and his efforts to shed light on the often tumultuous inner workings of the video game industry.

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