6.5 million bullets in a Counter Strike map visualized

Posted By | On 18th, Apr. 2012 Under News | Follow This Author @KartikMdgl


What you see below is a heat map. So what is it exactly? In this case, Valve has created this to study the data obtained from Counter Strike: Global Offensive beta.

There have been 6.5 million bullets fired so far and here are the locations where players fired the most bullets from. Not a single inch of the map was bullet free which shows how awesome these maps are.

“A straightforward way to visualize the data we collect is through heat maps. Heat maps can reveal player preferences, choke-points in maps, sight-lines for snipers, and much more,” read the post on CS.net.

“Below are a set of heat maps showing the firing locations for 6.5 million bullets while beta testers played de_train. Players have fired a weapon in nearly every inch of this map, though of course some locations are more popular than others.”

De_Train map (Click for full size):

Tell us what you think in the comments section below.


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  • Lucky[dgl]

    all of the hot spots are the traditional de_train skirmish areas. if u did the same thing for 1.6 you would get essentially the same image. makes me happy that cs might finally be getting updated. source != cs

  • husker

    looks like most of the bullets fired come from corner campers. like always

    • huskerwtf

      play uberstrike


 

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