First-person shooting games have been developed in plenty over the years; Counter-Strike being the only one that has placed quality as the priority. It is also not like any other random poorly rated mobile game from this genre. High-level gaming provided in Call of Duty or Rainbow Six has been the benchmark that Counter-Strike has also aimed at bringing into their advanced ideas. Bomb defusion is the objective of the game, which has made the game even more popular and unique.
The Bomb Defusal mode makes the game a lot more interesting with the groups being divided into two equally attacking teams. Here, the group of terrorists will plant a bomb which will detonate within a specified time limit, while the counter-terrorists have to progress towards defusing it. If the terrorists fail to plant the bomb in the specified time or if the planted bomb gets defused, the counter-terrorists win. When the bomb successfully detonates or if the counter-terrorist group gets exterminated, the terrorists take the glory.
Sides would be set on the map from which they need to advance against each other to get their objective completed.
These sides will be shifted after the first 15 rounds of the 30 rounds. A 15-15 scorecard will end up in a draw for non-professional games, whereas in pro scenes, overtime is played to decide the ultimate winner.
You don’t get to select your favorite ammunitions just as you step into the war zone; instead, you have to earn it by winning rounds or buying it with the money that you mint with every victory that adds up to the initial balance in your account. Since it is the points that decide your gun collection, you could have fun experiencing the game with just a pistol to sometimes wielding a sniper.