The practice of BHopping, sometimes known as bunny hopping, has been included into many first-person shooter games. Its origins can be seen in the Quake and Half-Life video games from the 1990s, and it was present in many of the most well-known FPS games of the late 1990s and early 2000s. People continue to bhop and find ways to do it even after the first "nerf" of bhop back in Counter-Strike 1.4, despite the fact that the Counter-Strike developers did not want to see it occur frequently in their game (primarily because CS was intended to be a slower-paced tactical FPS game rather than a fast-paced Arena Shooter (that Half-Life multiplayer resembled)). BHopping continued to persist despite it throughout the rest of Counter-Strike, in Counter-Strike: Source, and now in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The instructions list and other necessary information for bunny hopping in CS:GO will be given to you by Prima Games so that you can attempt to emulate the legendary "zblock."
How to do BunnyHopping in CS:GO : BHopping command list for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Priorities first Your CS:GO client has to have Developer Console activated. If this is not done, go to our advice:
Start the desired map now, and be sure to kick the bots (/bot kick in the console at the beginning).
Use the following commands (which you can copy and paste) after that: