How to Change Hands in CS2 – Does it Work?

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How to Change Hands in CS2 – Does it Work?

Here is how to change hands in CS2.

CS2 is out, which means that everyone who was a fan of CSGO can enjoy Valve’s newest title. Feel free to check out our CS2 FPS guide if you want to know more about how to get the best possible performance on your computer.

In this article, we’re going to take a look at how to change hands in CS2. This is a pretty simple yet highly effective technique that could have an impact on your performance, so let’s device in.

How to change hands in CS2?

Every CS2 player knows that the game allows him to change the weapon’s placement on the screen. Most players want to have it on the right side because it’s what they are used to. However, others are interested in changing hands in CS2 because they can get better visibility and feel more comfortable.

If you are wondering how to change hands in Counter-Strike 2, you have to open the console and type “cl_righthand 0”. However, the problem is that this command is not available in CS2 yet. This means that, at the time of writing, you can’t switch your CS2 hands. Nevertheless, we expect this feature to arrive soon because it was a possibility in CSGO and there is no reason for Valve to remove it and limit its players.

Until this feature becomes available, CS2 players can use other things to change the way they play. For example, the console command viewmodel_fov X allows players to change the field of view. Of course, the “X” has to be replaced with a specific value ranging from 54 to 68.

You can also use the viewmodel_offest_x; viewmodel_offset_y and viewmodel_offset_z commands to adjust the depth settings and other kinds of things. Feel free to experiment to see what works best for you. We at ESTNN will keep an eye on everything and let you know when Valve decides to add this option back into the game. 

How to Change Hands in CS2 – Does it Work?
Zlosterr has been a fan of esports for many years and mainly focuses on Dota 2. He has more than five years of experience writing Dota 2 content for numerous platforms. Besides being a passionate fan of the game, he's also played for various amateur teams.