It’s a special feeling when you jump into CS:GO for the first time and find yourself in total chaos, not knowing what is going on. Perhaps you don’t know where that bombsite is, how the enemies can kill you so quickly, and why everyone is yelling at you.
The CS:GO community is quite toxic, so you may get an unpleasant starting experience. Practice with bots – it’s a great opportunity to understand the game basics and not become frustrated with your initial steps. But don’t play with bots for a long time. You can remove them at any time by using CS:GO kick bot commands.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is a multiplayer game. When you know what to do and can kill at least the easy bots, jump into the Casual matchmaking. Shootouts here do not affect CS:GO ranks, so players are rather forgiving to newcomers – they come here to practice and have fun.