An AWPer, a Rifler, a leader and a leaderboard topper, Dev1ce has been around in the Counter-Strike scene for a very long time.
Four-time CS: GO Major winner, Nicolai "dev1ce" Reedtz is one of the most popular names in Counter-Strike. It isn’t without reason as the 26-year-old consistently outperforms his peers and very often his own teammates. While it is going to be very difficult to ‘be like Dev1ce’ adopting his settings and crosshair might just help you get on to the next level. Here are Dev1ce’s crosshair and viewmodel settings in CS: GO.
What are Dev1ce’s crosshair settings?
The crosshair is one of the most important aspects for a player in CS: GO. Dev1ce’s crosshair uses the standard crosshair style is the default one of 4. He has a gap of -3 with no center dot.
- cl_crosshairstyle 4
- cl_crosshaircolor 2
- cl_crosshairsize 2
- cl_crosshairgap -3
- cl_crosshairthickness 1
- cl_crosshairdot 0
- cl_crosshair_drawoutline 1
- cl_crosshair_sniper_width 1
- cl_crosshairalpha 255
- cl_crosshaircolor_b 0
- cl_crosshaircolor_g 213
- cl_crosshaircolor_r 126
What are Dev1ce’s viewmodel settings?
The viewmodel dictates how much presence the weapon takes. Adjusting the right viewmodel settings is important to gain more peripheral vision and get more screen presence.
- viewmodel_fov 68
- viewmodel_offset_x 2.5
- viewmodel_offset_y 0
- viewmodel_offset_z -1.5
- viewmodel_presetpos 3
- cl_viewmodel_shift_left_amt 0
- cl_viewmodel_shift_right_amt 0
- viewmodel_recoil 0; cl_righthand 1
Dev1ce keeps his bobbing settings to very low numbers. The bobbing setting dictates how much your gun moves up and down while shooting and moving around in the game. It can be slightly distracting, but it is up to the preference of the player.
- cl_bob_lower_amt 5
- cl_bobamt_lat 0
- cl_bobamt_vert 0
- cl_bobcycle 0
As a veteran in the Counter-Strike scene, Dev1ce has spent a lot of time adjusting his crosshair and other CS: GO settings. While the settings are mostly a matter of personal preference, some settings such as the video settings might have to change depending on your hardware and PC capacity.