Tips to Improve Desert Eagle Guide in CS: GO

If you have ever played Counter-Strike, the game popular among amateur gamers, professional gamers, and game aficionados who like to bet on its tournaments at, you are probably aware that the Desert Eagle is the game’s most often used pistol. The gun has a lot of supporters because some gamers think this is the ideal complement to their AWP. Of course, some of them frequently purchase a gun without purchasing a primary weapon because it is effective.

The Desert Eagle’s drawback is that it is not as simple to use as it first appears to be. Many people believe they understand how to profit from the harm it causes, yet this is frequently untrue. In order to assist you to get the most out of this weapon, we have chosen to provide a few tips and tricks.

Before we go over some information you should be aware of, bear in mind that playing as much as you can will be the only aspect that will ensure you can get better at utilizing your Desert Eagle. CS: GO is a videogame where winning more frequently is advantageous. It is understandable why the finest players around the world have logged countless hours playing.

You Must Be Aware of the Timing of Your Shots

The major reason why so many players desire to use the Desert Eagle is that it is the most potent pistol in CS: GO. Speaking of utilizing it, the only handgun that will allow you to kill someone with one shot from a distance is this one. The unfortunate thing is that it is trickier than it seems to land your shots.

The Deagle has a terrible recoil that you will need to figure out how to manage because of its bulk and damage output. Considering this is not an automatic weapon, it will initially be difficult for you to operate, but you should pick it up more quickly than usual.

Avoiding shooting quickly is one of the measures you may do to maintain control. It may seem strange, but firing three or more rounds one after the other will almost always result in a miss. Make sure to watch any of the many YouTube videos about Deagle’s coin that are available.

Consider crouching if you need to use your Desert Eagle quickly and are in a circumstance where you must. The accuracy of the gun will improve, but you will become a more straightforward target for your adversaries. To put it another way, you ought to be able to get a kill considerably more quickly.

While we are talking about it, you should attempt to crouch after you jump. You may find this unusual at first, and it will probably take some time for you to adjust. You need to be more accurate because it will recalibrate your recoil much more quickly.

Managing Your Motion

In addition to exercising caution during firing, you should also be able to maneuver while shooting. The tried-and-true run and gun strategies are frequently employed, although they rarely succeed. The Desert Eagle is distinctive in its shooting style, as we have already noted with a few other teams, so you need to be capable of adjusting.

People with greater CS: GO expertise will undoubtedly realize that you can only use the Deagle accurately if you are motionless. Of course, in this game, standing still and firing is useless because your adversaries will quickly dispatch you. You must therefore learn how to maneuver.

To cut a long tale of strafing short, when moving, try pressing the key that is the opposite of the one you are now using. For instance, after hitting “D“ to go to the right, press “A“ to continue. It goes without saying that you should not shoot while moving, but rather after you finish your strafe.

When Using Deagle, the Crosshair Placement Is Essential

Everything else in CS: GO demands you to have solid crosshair placement in order to succeed, with the exception of the weapons that depend on their scope. This holds true for the AK-47, M4A4, and unquestionably the Deagle.

You need to be aware of the fact that the Desert Eagle is a very potent weapon that can eliminate anybody with a single shot in the head. Naturally, skilled players want to take advantage of this and consistently aim for such a blow. Because of this, placing your crosshairs correctly can really make a difference.

As long as you are near to your target, the Deagle can do a lot of harm with body shots in addition to headshots. That is why some folks use their Desert Eagle to take body hits.

It relies on a number of variables and can be effective to use both crosshair placement and firing styles. As a result, if you are firing from a distance, it is best to aim for a headshot because, in the alternative, you would need to hit your target multiple times before it is killed.


Along with the elements described in this text, you must also be aware of your opponents’ movements and weapons. As you might have guessed, if you are using a Deagle, it is not a smart option to attempt to one-shot an adversary with an AWP.

The Desert Eagle is a unique weapon that has the potential to be very profitable. When you do not have enough funds for an M4 or an AK, you can use it because it is significantly less expensive than any firearm. If you want to succeed, make sure to practice as much as you can.

Film Review “Eddie The Eagle”

Starring: Taron Egerton, Hugh Jackman and Christopher Walken
Directed by: Dexter Fletcher
Rated: PG 13
Running time: 1 hr 45 mins
20th Century Fox
Our Score: 3.5 out of 5

If anyone ever took the slogan “Follow Your Dreams” to heart, it was England’s Eddie Edwards. Even though he grew up with braces on his legs, the young man knew, even as a boy, that he was destined for the Olympics. Too bad nobody let destiny in on the secret.

An enjoyable film, more in the tradition of “Cool Runnings” than “Remember the Titans,” “Eddie the Eagle” follows young Eddie (Egerton) as he tries, repeatedly, to find a sport he can represent his home country of England in the Olympics. His mother (Jo Hartley) does her best to encourage him, even giving him a biscuit tin to “hold all of your medals.” Unfortunately the only thing Eddie is able to collect is a growing number of broken eye glasses. Finally, he discovers ski-walking and is soon excelling in it. However, his odd personality and life class are used to keep him off of England’s Olympic Team. Heartbroken, he stumbles upon a sport where England hasn’t competed in almost 50 years – ski-jumping. If he can handle the landings he just may have his wish granted.

Hollywood loves promoting the stories of the underdog. Ironically, the Jamaican Bobsled Team that was the basis of the film “Cool Runnings” also competed, alongside Edwards, in the 1988 Olympics. Even though the outcome of these films is already known, a good movie will hold your attention. This one does almost in spite of itself. Egerton is fine as Edwards, and he bears a strong resemblance to the awkward young athlete. Supporting Egerton is Hugh Jackman, who plays a former ski-jumper named Bronson Peary now working at the international training facility in Germany. Jackman has always had a way of lighting up a screen when he shows up and he doesn’t disappoint here. What takes you out of the story is how, with the exception of the Finnish team, nobody else apparently needs to train for the games. Eddie pretty much just walks into the facility and begins throwing himself off of 40 meter jumps – nobody stops him. Because nobody is there. Just Eddie, Bronson, the chick who owns the bar and the Finnish team.

That being said, the production values are pretty good, especially the point-of-view shots coming down the ski jumps. “Eddie the Eagle” doesn’t soar as high as it could have, but at least it doesn’t crash.

“God Bless Ozzy Osbourne” Set For November 15 Release Via Eagle Rock Entertainment


New York, NY (September 27, 2011) –Eagle Rock Entertainment are proud to announce the November 15 release of GOD BLESS OZZY OSBOURNE on DVD and Blu-ray [MSRP $14.98 for DVD, $19.98 for Blu-ray].

Shot over the course of three years, GOD BLESS OZZY OSBOURNE is an unrivalled look into the mind of legendary rock icon Ozzy Osbourne.  GOD BLESS OZZY OSBOURNE tells the life story of Ozzy, as seen through the eyes of his youngest child, Jack Osbourne, who worked alongside directors Mike Fleiss and Mike Piscitelli.  During the documentary, Ozzy recounts his troubled youth, his early career with Black Sabbath and the impact of fame and addictions on his first marriage. Viewers will also witness the second chapter of his life as a family man with Sharon, during which his addictions grew to a frightening level, as well as hear Ozzy and his children explain his attempts at staying clean, ultimately resulting in more than five years of sobriety. Music fans will also see live performances from around the world, including rare behind the scenes clips of Ozzy on and off stage, in his dressing rooms pre-show, to his nights in a series of hotel rooms. Throughout GOD BLESS OZZY OSBOURNE, audiences are given an inside look into the life of a rock star, from the good times to the bad.

The DVD and Blu-Ray of GOD BLESS OZZY OSBOURNE also features additional previously unseen footage not seen in the theatrical release including new interviews, classic archive footage of Black Sabbath and OZZY OSBOURNE, along with a Q&A with OZZY and Jack Osbourne and behind the scenes footage from the Tribeca Film Festival.

The New York Times (4-15-11) has described it as a movie that “unblinkingly chronicles the chaotic life and times of rock’s most notorious cut-up, from his miserable working-class childhood…to his latter-day sobriety.”