no, had 33% non-awp and 33 avg in my prime
i think winning is what matters, bc i hit over 50% hs, but im mid or bottomfrag and do no impact on the game, so.. its up to you to decide - care or not
not a problem but not good either.
“I not trying to go pro and just playing for fun“
“I started playing CS:GO in August of 2012 on the Xbox 360, and I transitioned over to playing on Steam in late 2018. I joined my first team in 2019. I have competed in Counter-Strike and Quake tournaments held both online and on lan. Open to analyst or coach work, inactive as a player.”
Obviously a stat means virtually nothing without context, but a higher hs% will likely lead to more entry duel wins, as you are (theoretically) reacting and killing faster. For example, YEKINDAR and Rain, two of the hardest entry pros, have 57% and 56% respectively, while a player like BlameF, who is often considered to be good, but extremely passive has crazy impressive stats, but only a 34% hs%. Obviously this correlation isn’t always the case, some entry fuels are won by timings, or pushing smokes, or frankly, luck. But I do think hs% is a huge factor.
no it doesnt matter. you dont need to rationalize your low hs% nobody cares, just do what you do man
i have 18% and i'm global. Higher hs% can be a good thing, but at the end of the day what it matters most is knowing how to win games.
if it works keep doing it))
if below 40% and not an awper youre just bad
Im at 50% with occassional awping as its just too op not to use
The issue is vs better players you will start to lose. My HS percentage is around 45-60 depending on if I have a longer T side or CT side.
if your adr is good then you’re good
if you play against someone who insta headshots you then you lose. against easier opponents it's not a problem, obviously
if your spray control is amazing, how come the shots you spray don't hit heads? you're dead after the first kill?
people with amazing spray control can mow down opponents for multi kills, and often their spray is so good that they get headshots on moderate range even after multiple shots. so maybe your spray control is just sub-amazing?
"I not trying to go pro and just playing for fun"
There you go, it isn't a problem
yes it's a problem. it's hard to consistently multi-kill with a hs percentage that low unless you're playing bots that don't shoot back. you could easily get it into the mid 40s with minimal aim practice. maybe you need a smaller crosshair, maybe you need to lower your sens to be more precise, maybe you need to change your resolution.
bodyshot players are more consistent than headhsot players. you will have higher peaks if you improve your hs% but your consistency might fall off if you dont train your aim enough. thats how it works for me.
I played with a friend who always had 30-35% hs and all he did was body-spray.
He literally got stuck at faceit lvl 8. He's good player, he understands CS well but he simply keep loosing when playing against stronger players and I told him its because he's getting one tapped and he needs to go for HS but he doesnt listen.
Not a problem many times when you have higher hs you have less kills and what matters are kills.
HS matters, if you land it with initial shots. Otherwise it's just a waste to land a finishing shot in head. So if you want to improve your HS percentage, then focus on first 1-3 bullets of spray only.
Im like b1t in terms of HS% lmao, I usually get 70+% with 25 kills but still lose because my team are bots
if awping no
else if you are consistantly contributing to the team again no
not really if you pull your own weight
Only u can answer to this question, if u find it a problem in ur games then it is one. I only play ones a month in low elo so there its not really a problem
dw man, many +60hs players are actually bad and care only about their hs :D, hs % doesnt tell ANYTHING about skill
Its very easy. You can be an amazing bodyshot player even in the pro scene aka blamef and naf. You will be more consistent but you need to play advantageous angles.
The problem is you will never be a true top aimer because you will lose 50-50 duels against them. Every top aimer is an insta hs.
hs% is not relevant, if you are a good teamplayer and get the job done with and for your team, then who the fuck cares. people saying otherwise is probably the same people that thinks stats is important in this game without watching other factors such as flash-assists/general utility-usage, positioning with teammates, in-game IQ. so many players can shoot headshots like gods, but they do SILLY mistakes that will never make them tier1
My hs% is like 40% which is considered normal but i'm mostly dropping 30-40 kills in per game
So it doesnt really matter, spray > hs
"I not trying to go pro and just playing for fun"
If you're having fun, just keep doing it. Enjoy life my friend
going full body spray is insanely op in csgo, youre doing it correctly
look at blamef
Sounds like massive skill issue
HS % should 55 at worst
Not at all but u could just try aiming a bit higher. But high hs% fpr a lot of players usually means that they just cant hit anything if they dont hit head becaise their spray is ass. So if you feel confortable in your spray and play a blameF style when it comes to playing "ratty" (good) angles and positions its all good.
My playing style is a carbon copy of yours (and hs% as well)
Try to play DM HS only - it helps a lot, but requires work ethic, which I heavily lack and therefore don't care.
bro i have 48% as awper on faceit how do u manage to get only 33 as rifler
I have more as AWP main xDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
Really depends on what rank/level you are
People striving for HS ratio are *losing* more often than not because it's harder to hit the head.
I have the same story. 40% hs, 3500 elo rifler. Used to have even 25% when I has 7th lvl.
No, it's fine. As long as you have the perfect spray and secure the kills, you don't have to worry about it.
anyone under 50% should consider applying to mcdonalds
Let me guess, 16:9 player
It's no problem if you're a baiter, play it safe, etc.
As someone who plays entrying/rushing every round I need at least 60-75 when not awping
But my guess is that you are low lvl. Bodyspraying won't work vs better players mate
i have 28% :^)
no, im not awping
yes i am gold nova
who gives a shit about hs%, look at the old astralis lineup - no one gave a f*** about hs% and still dominated
The logic is, if you're at an advantage in the gunfight (positioning, weapon, reaction time etc.) then spraying for body is better but if you're at a disadvantage or going for a hard entry you should always shoot HS.
It literally comes down to playstyle, it's why the best openers have the highest HS% and the best closers have the lowest.
b0RUP (the GOAT) has 60% get it together
why would stats matter if you are playing just for fun
i have something around 70/80% hs on average, if im hitting heads in a certain day then im killing everybody but if im having a bad day i can't kill anyone cause i rely heavily on shooting heads so i turn into a bot.
So it's probably not bad.
As long as you're winning and being impactful for your team it's all that matters.
Also, you said that you prefers playing nerdy/unfair angles and that could explain the low HS%. Because you're playing weird and unfair angles you're more likely to kill ennemies in the back or in awkward positions, thus you don't need to try to get an instant HS on first bullet, thus you just spray them in the body to make it reliable and secured kill.
You can live without it, a few pros have rlly low hs, I myself also have low hs, but I feel it's only become a problem lately that I'm getting into higher elo where I'm often peaking and more often I'm getting hs fairly quickly where if my first bullet accuracy to the head was better I would win way more duals I feel
If you're playing pubs and even if you're GE or even if you were top of faceit at least you know what you probably need to work on. If you're not going pro it doesn't matter, but if you want to improve at your hobby you can figure out things to assist in having better initial aim, then moving towards your spray.
hs% is probably the most useless stat
Seems pretty low, but if some tier1 riflers can get by having ~40% I wouldn't necessarily think too much about it
Not at all, only kills and rounds matter.
High HS% is for satisfaction.
if u have amazing spray control just spray for the head. Kills them faster and increased HS%
good, bad, helpful not helpful, who cares?
Do you have fun playing the game? Do you think it's holding you back? Those are the only two questions that matter. And there are much more important stats than hs%. A 7% opening duel attempt rate will hold you back more than a 30% hs rate. Either way, unless you think you're losing head to heads (like on t-side if you watch demos if you lose 50/50 fights when u peek into them) then it doesnt matter, keep playing and enjoying the game.
59% winrate you should go pro
BlameF has 34% headshots so I dont see a problem
Mine is 46% but i still consider it very less on comparing to other pros
Why do you even care if you're playing for fun? And if it doesn't bother you then it's not a problem.