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By Gabriele Asaro
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Nuke callouts in CS2 (CSGO)

This guide shows the callouts of the Nuke Counter-Strike 2 (CS2) map. Mastering Nuke in CS2 requires understanding callouts for effective navigation and strategy in gameplay. This applies to both attacking and defending.


Nuke callouts table


Callout name and description are listed in the following table:

T SpawnStarting point for the terrorist team.
CT SpawnInitial location for counter-terrorist team members.
OutsideOpen area connecting Silo, Garage, Secret, and A Main.
A SiteZone designated for bomb placement at A.
B SiteLocation for bomb placement within B.
GarageSpacious warehouse adjacent to CT Spawn and Secret, a favorite spot for CT AWPers targeting Silo.
RampIncline leading to B Site and its surrounding area.
CT BoxProtective barrier near CT spawn, next to stairs leading from CT Spawn.
T RoofUpper area near T Spawn, accessible via ladder, leads to Silo.
LobbyRoom nearest to T Spawn, encircled by Sandbags, Squeaky, and Radio.
RadioPassageway between Lobby and Trophy, recognizable by its vending machines, historically labeled Radio.
TrophyRoom adorned with trophies, adjacent to Radio and Control.
ControlRoom providing access to Ramp from Trophy.
SqueakyPassage off Lobby with a distinct squeaky door, opening onto A Site.
VentNetwork of ducts linking A Site, Secret, and B Site.
HellLower area beneath Heaven, close to T Spawn, next to Turn Pike and Locker.
HeavenElevated lookout over A Site, reachable via ladder from Hell.
LockersRoom with a view onto Garage and CT Red through a window, located beside Hell.
HeadshotAWPing position behind a box at Ramp's end.
SandbagsBarrier located between Lobby and Hut.
HutMetal structure on A Site connecting Lobby, a key position for CT defense against T rushes.
TetrisCollection of boxes in front of Hut.
MustangElevated ledge by rafters, above Hut's A Site entrance.
RaftersHigh walkway linked to Heaven, spanning A Site's back wall.
BridgePassage connecting Rafters to Mustang.
Turn PikeSpace between Ramp and Hell.
StackBox cluster in Ramp's Turn Pike-side corner.
BoostBoxes situated at Ramp's entry from Control.
Big BoxArea centered around a large box above the ramp to B Site.
T RedRed shipping container in Outside, near Silo.
CT RedRed shipping container at Outside, close to Garage.
MainCorridor linking A Site to Outside.
WindowRoom with a large, breakable window overseeing B Site.
DarkShadowy corner adjacent to B Site stairs.
DeconSingle-door room connecting Back Vents/Tunnel to B Site.
Back VentsArea between Decon and Tunnel, exit point for Vents.
TunnelsTunnels at B not specified by Secret, Back Vents, or Window callouts.
DoorsDouble doors from Tunnels/Window to B Site.
Bottom RampLower section of Ramp.
SiloLarge structure accessible from T Roof, offering views of Outside.
SecretStairs from Outside to Tunnels.

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Most famous Nuke callouts


Top 10 Nuke callouts for mastering the game, curated by experienced players like Gabriele from Clash.gg.

  1. Outside: The expansive area offering various tactical approaches for both teams.
  2. Heaven: An elevated position that provides a broad view of A Site, critical for defending the bomb site.
  3. Hell: Located under Heaven, this area serves as a pivot point for movement between sites and controlling player rotations.
  4. Ramp: A key choke point leading to B Site, where a well-placed defense can thwart enemy advances.
  5. Secret: A stealthy path to B Site, often used for surprise attacks or quick rotations.
  6. Lobby: The hub for terrorists, connecting to multiple key areas. Mastery here is essential for executing site attacks.
  7. Squeaky: A critical door leading directly to A Site, infamous for its loud noise when opened, alerting defenders.
  8. Hut: Adjacent to Lobby, this area is pivotal for attacking A Site, where quick decisions and precise aim can turn the tide.
  9. Garage: Overlooking Outside, this position is favored by snipers for its long sightlines.
  10. Vent: The narrow passageways connecting various parts of the map, essential for quick movements and flanking maneuvers.

Gabriele from Clash.gg shared that using these Nuke callouts effectively requires not just memorization. It also requires understanding their strategic implications in real matches and esports tournaments. "Knowing when to push or hold, rotate or stay, can make all the difference," he said, underscoring the tactical depth Nuke offers.


When was Nuke released?


The Nuke map in Counter-Strike from Valve was released in 1999.


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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.