Custom Map Lets Users Replay CS:GO’s Most Popular Clutch Moments
Every hardcore CS:GO fan has at least once tried to recreate an iconic clutch moment from the competitive circuit, but the chances of succeeding are definitely quite low. Well to make everyone’s dream come true, a creator who goes by the name of ‘Ansimist’ on Steam has developed a custom CS:GO map called ‘Clutch Challenge (Cache)’. This particular map allows users to replay their favorite clutch moment from the professional scene, the catch is that it is currently limited to the map Cache. So only those pro plays that have taken place on Cache can be replayed by the users, for now.
CS:GO map allows users to replay famous clutch moments
‘Clutch Challenge (Cache)’ is a custom CS:GO map that has taken the community by storm, due to what it has to offer. The unique experience it gives is something that no other CS:GO map currently provides, allowing users to relive some of the most memorable clutch moments that have ever taken place on Cache.
The custom map has already received a huge number of accolades from users on its Steam Workshop Page, which shows that it is something that the community wants and appreciates. The one of a kind custom map is created by ‘Ansimist’ in association with a Russian website ‘CYBERSHOKE.NET’.
“Try to repeat the clutch moments of famous pro players from various tournaments on Cache! Set records and compete with other players. The map is only for one person! Recommended to play on 64 tick.”
The players have to complete each stage to unlock the next one, in total there are 15 clutch moments that the players can play through. Before starting a particular round, players can watch a clip that will show them what to do. The round can be replayed an ‘n’ number of times as players try to improve their record.
Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev’s jumping double no scope against Fnatic that had taken place on ESL One Cologne 2016, is one of the most iconic moments that is a part of this custom map along with many others like Team Liquid’s Russel “Twistzz” van Dulken against Misfits, G2 Esports’ Nikola “NiKo” Kovač against Gambit Esports, Renegades’ Keith “NAF” Markovic against Luminosity, and more.
The custom map can be downloaded from the Steam Workshop for free and can also be enjoyed on the CYBERSHOKE.NET website. The scores are recorded globally and players can compete against others to beat their records. The designer of this custom game can surely create similar something for other maps like Inferno, Overpass, Mirage, and more, as the community seems to be liking this concept.