CS:GO User Discovers a Game Breaking Clipping Bug on Mirage

Aditya Singh Rawat
16/May/2020 09:39 am

Cover And Thumbnail Image Courtesy: EXPLOITMAFIA 

Despite the CS:GO map Mirage being around forever, players seem to find out new bugs on the map every now and then. This time around, a huge clipping bug has been spotted by a YouTube user who goes by the name of EXPLOITMAFIA.

The access to the bugged area can be attained through the ‘Ladder Room’ by climbing up onto the plank and setting your coordinates as shown by the user in the video below, then slowly “walk backwards while holding crouch.” The clipping bug allows the user to practically see through the wall from ‘Ladder Room’, giving access to the following parts of the map, ‘Mid’, ‘Top Mid’, ‘Catwalk’, ‘Connector’, ‘Cart’, ‘Window’, ‘Boost’, and ‘Underpass’.

This bug is really dangerous and game-breaking as a single player takes control over a huge part of the map, and not only is the player able to gather intel but also shoot from this position, giving a significant advantage to his team from a safe position.

[Also Read: CS:GO Bug on Mirage Allows Players to Pass Weapons Through the Wall]

The user responsible for finding this bug clearly mentions that recreating the bug is not always successful and that sometimes one might end up “in a black void in which you can’t see anything."

Several users seem to be debating this high impact bug which should be fixed by Valve at the earliest, a few users also showcased their attempts at recreating the bug but seemed to have been unsuccessful in their first few attempts.

[Also Read: CS:GO Player Takes Possibly the Fastest Ace on Mirage]


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Aditya Singh Rawat is the in-house CS:GO editor at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.