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“The Fascinating Science of Dust II Grenade Spots”
Dust II is one of Counter Strike: Global Offensive’s most iconic and popular maps. The map has been played competitively since the game’s release, and it remains a favorite amongst players to this day due to its balance and symmetry.
As you might expect from such a classic map, there are many grenade spots that have been developed over time which can be useful in different situations on Dust II. This article will discuss eight such places where grenades can be used effectively for both offensive or defensive purposes.
One area with potential is Bank by Bombsite B; especially if your team doesn’t want to take control of any other bombs
Spawn on A
First Mid, then B site
Second Mid before the edge of the map to avoid being killed by CTs trying to retake Mid.
Third mid when you have a teammate watching your back in A and Second for that quick A attack as an alternative strategy.
Grenade Spot: Lower Tunnel (Entry from T side) Place grenades about 100m away from the entrance so they bounce off left wall and onto their feet! Be sure not to be spotted by any enemies though! Can also throw these across the tunnel if enemy is entering lower b tunnels or pushing out through short while taking cover behind smoke grenade at other end of long hallways. Best time for this spot is when they have just pushed out of Long and are in hiding behind the metal crates.
Best Time of Day: Night
This blog post offers a few different grenade spots that can give your team an advantage over opponents who don’t know them as well. The first two options allow teams going after Second Mid before the edge of the map to avoid being killed by CTs trying to retake Mid while also giving your teammate cover with A and Second respectively. The third spot is an alternate way to enter B site, as it comes from CT spawn.
Grenade Spot: Corner of Building (Entry from T side). This grenade spot is a good one if you want your teammates to control A site without the risk of being spotted by enemies or giving them time to come and defend. Throw grenades about 120m away for maximum effectiveness!
Best Time of Day: Night For this option, throw grenades at approximately 130 meters so that they don’t explode before reaching their destination but also make sure not to overshoot into other parts of dust where there are opponents waiting in ambush! The farther away they go, the better chances you have when going for Dust’s most coveted area.
Best Map: Dust II. This is the most popular spawn for attacking A site, so it’s important to know as much about it as possible in order to maximize your chances of winning rounds when you go there!
Conclusion: This guide gives you some helpful tips and tricks that will help take a lot of stress out of playing dust map by giving people an easy way into B site without making too many mistakes or being spotted from enemies on CT side. There are plenty more grenade spots than just these three but they’re worth testing if one gets shut down or becomes heavily contested because each spot has its own drawbacks. In general this is always a good idea since grenades can be bounced off walls and doors which means opponents don’t need to be in sight for it to work.
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Subtitle: How To Spot Bombsites On Dust II
Description: This guide will show you how to spot go-to spots on the map Dust II, which can lead to great plays and help your team win. It also covers some of the best grenade spots for each bombsite A/B/C. You’ll be able to see a photo that corresponds with each tip or play instruction, so all information is clear and easy-to-understand!
This blog post gives tips on finding bombsites (or “grenade” sites) in CSGO’s de_dustII map by providing quick visual guides such as photos showing where players should stand when they want to get an advantage over their opponents at different points during a round. The article also offers advice about when to throw grenades and what angles to use.
Where should you stand when throwing a grenade on Dust II? There are many spots that work, but here’s one of the more obvious ones: There is an elevated position in the B bombsite located near the corner entrance of the site (a location known as “Pop Dog”). If you’re attacking this spot from long A, it can be difficult because there is plenty of cover for defenders if anyone peeked out they would see your movement along with their teammates. Standing at Pop Dog allows you to get behind some crates so no one will know where or when you plan to attack!
The photo below shows exactly why this is such a great spot watch for players trying to peek over the crates and coming out to try and engage you (you’ll be waiting for them).