Counter-Strike 2

Take a look at this One-Way Smoke Lineup on Nuke’s Ramp in CS2

The strategic depth of first-person shooter games like CS2 is immense. It’s not just about the perfect aim or split-second decisions but also about out-thinking your opponent. Players do this by deploying one-way smokes, a technique that lets a player see an opponent without being seen in return. A Reddit user named Forrest4EST recently shared a clever one-way smoke for the ramp on the map Nuke.

The smoke is designed to land just above the door at the ramp on Nuke. When deployed correctly, a gap remains below the smoke, allowing players to spot enemy legs without being detected.

Spotting the Right Beam

  • Begin by locating the beam Forrest4EST points to in their guide. This beam is your primary reference.

Aim below the White Patch

  • You should notice a little white patch beneath this beam. Your crosshair should be targeted just below this patch.

Use Your Glove for Precision

Here comes the crucial part. Once you’re in position, hold down the left-click button. Now, using your in-game glove as a reference:

  • Find the rough spot by looking for the beam I aim at then go below the little white patch
  • Hold left click and use your glove to find the specific spot – using the thumb relative to the triangle on the yellow beam and resting your index finger on top of the other yellow beam as shown

Check the video below:

One-way smoke lineup on Nuke for ramp
byu/Forrest4EST incs2

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