gla1ve Reveals Copying coldzera’s CS:GO Settings Since 2016

Aditya Singh Rawat
15/Sep/2020 02:14 pm

Astralis' IGL gla1ve reveals that he has been using coldzera's CS:GO settings since 2016.
He has copied coldzera's resolution and crosshair settings.
The Dane further talks about his resolution and mouse settings.

Astralis’ in-game leader Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander who returned to competitive Counter-Strike earlier this month has revealed that he has been using the same CS:GO settings as that of Marcelo "coldzera" David since 2016. In a Tweet made by the Dane earlier today, he said that “I haven’t changed settings since I joined Astralis back in 2016.”

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Gla1ve Copies Coldzera’s CS:GO Settings

The 25-year-old via a tweet has revealed that he has been copying coldzera’s CS:GO resolution and crosshair settings since he joined Astralis back in October 2016. Talking about how the settings have worked out for him gla1ve states that “It still feels great for me.”

While engaging with other users gla1ve further said that he uses a 1290 x 960 resolution while playing and prefers a mouse with a 1000 Hz polling rate, with raw input turned on, and a 2.1 sensitivity.

Coldzera was quick to respond as he joked saying that gla1ve along with copying his settings also stole all of his powers. The Dane thanked him for sharing some of his powers as he had so much of it.

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Gla1ve has been delivering consistent performances after a shaky debut as Astralis are now placed second in ‘Group-B’ after winning three consecutive matches. While FaZe, on the other hand, is at the bottom of the table with four loses to their name. They are currently the only team at the ESL Pro League Season 12 - Europe that has not won a single match.


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Aditya Singh Rawat is the in-house CS:GO writer 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.