A bizarre bug was recently discovered in CS:GO which allows players to basically become immortal, until firing their first shot of the game. This bug can be triggered in a few simple steps by any player, but it only works successfully in the deathmatch game mode. The game-breaking bug is a sort of glitch which is a result of alleged poor back-end game code. During the duration of immortality, enemies can barely see the affected player as their player model appears quite translucent in-game, and they take no damage at all when in this state. Read on to find out how this CS:GO bug can be activated, and hope Valve is able to fix this at the earliest before similar variants for other game modes start popping up.
All of us at one point in time have definitely thought of running around a CS:GO map freely, popping heads while taking absolutely no damage at all. Well, this newly discovered bug allows a player to do exactly that until they take their first shot which automatically turns off the immortality barrier.
This is how the bug can be successfully recreated by any CS:GO player, but it only works in deathmatch game mode. Follow the steps listed below to experience immortality in CS:GO,
This is how the immortality CS:GO bug can be easily replicated in the deathmatch game mode, but this immortality duration immediately comes to an end once you fire your first shot. Despite being a crucial bug, it is limited to only one game mode which is usually used by players for warming up and practice.
But still, hope that Valve can take care of this issue at the earliest. Before others are able to figure out and activate a similar bug for other game modes as well. The issue allegedly seems to be a result of poorly optimized game code, so the fix should not take too much time, but as we know how ancient ‘Source Engine’ is the fix might be a bit more complicated.