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By Gabriele Asaro
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CS2 Callouts

Clash.gg has put together all the possible callouts for each map in Counter-Strike 2 (CS2). Here is the list for callouts in each map:


What are CS2 callouts?


CS2 callouts are words or phrases used to refer to specific areas of the map in communications with one's team during a game of CS2. For example, the callout for the location where the B-bomb is placed is B Site and the callout for the terrorist team's spawn point is T Spawn. These are very simple and non-specific examples, but they should give you an idea of what a callout is.

Learning most (or better yet, all) of the callouts on CS2's main maps can improve your game. You will be able to better understand what your teammates are saying to you. Your teammates will also be able to better understand your callouts. This will result in clearer and more concise communication.

For example, on the Ancient map, both bomb sites are colored very distinctly: Site A is orange and Site B is light blue. On the Dust 2 map, there are many different designations. Some of them are based on a map element, some have a historical origin, and some are based on player experience.


Should you know CS2 map callouts?


Yes, knowing the map designations in CS2 is very useful for playing, especially in teams. Here's why:

  • Effective communication: Callouts allow you to quickly and accurately communicate enemy positions, strategies, and other important information with your team. This can greatly improve the team's coordination and response time.
  • Strategic planning: Understanding callouts can help you plan strategies and tactics with your team more effectively. You can discuss plans using specific locations on the map. This makes strategies more precise.
  • Learning and improvement: By learning callouts, you also learn map layouts, which can help improve your game. You will understand where you are, where your enemies might be, and the best ways to navigate the map.
  • Community interaction: Callouts are widely used in the CS2 community. Knowing them can make it easier to interact with other players in the game. It can also help in discussions outside the game.
Gabriele AsaroAbout the author

Gabriele Asaro
Gabriele Asaro

I'm the Head of Research at Clash.gg. With over 7 years of experience in the Counter-Strike niche, I have developed extensive knowledge of the game, its strategies, and the competitive scene. My insights are based on years of in-depth analysis and close involvement with the Counter-Strike community.