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#3. Nuke

Nuke (de_nuke) is a bomb defusal map featured in Counter-Strike, Counter-Strike: Source, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Nuke is one of Counter-Strike's most iconic and enduring maps. First released in November 1999, the map has undergone numerous aesthetic and functional changes over the years, yet always retained its elegant simplicity. The map takes place in a warehouse containing nuclear materials or a nuclear power plant. In Global Offensive, the original version of the map takes place a German nuclear power plant, while the revamped version takes place in an American one. Unlike most Counter-Strike bomb defusal maps, the map revolves around a central structure rather than multiple lanes, with the two bombsites being overlapped on top of each other. In Global Offensive, before the rehaul, many players had criticized the map for being too CT-sided. Due to the map's unusual structure, CTs have access to a wide array of defensive positions that are very difficult for Ts to reliably clear one by one, particularly in the 2 bombsites. Two small vents offer a quick way for CT to rotate, which makes it almost impossible for T to sneak a bomb plant. As a result, the performance of Terrorists was influenced heavily by lucky enemy positions, weakening the skill-based gameplay.

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Nuke (de_nuke) is a bomb defusal map featured in Counter-Strike, Counter-Strike: Source, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Nuke is one of Counter-Strike's most iconic and enduring maps. First released in November 1999, the map has undergone numerous aesthetic and functional changes over the years, yet always retained its elegant simplicity. The map takes place in a warehouse containing nuclear materials or a nuclear power plant. In Global Offensive, the original version of the map takes place a German nuclear power plant, while the revamped version takes place in an American one. Unlike most Counter-Strike bomb defusal maps, the map revolves around a central structure rather than multiple lanes, with the two bombsites being overlapped on top of each other. In Global Offensive, before the rehaul, many players had criticized the map for being too CT-sided. Due to the map's unusual structure, CTs have access to a wide array of defensive positions that are very difficult for Ts to reliably clear one by one, particularly in the 2 bombsites. Two small vents offer a quick way for CT to rotate, which makes it almost impossible for T to sneak a bomb plant. As a result, the performance of Terrorists was influenced heavily by lucky enemy positions, weakening the skill-based gameplay.

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Nuke (de_nuke) is a bomb defusal map featured in Counter-Strike, Counter-Strike: Source, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Nuke is one of Counter-Strike's most iconic and enduring maps. First released in November 1999, the map has undergone numerous aesthetic and functional changes over the years, yet always retained its elegant simplicity. The map takes place in a warehouse containing nuclear materials or a nuclear power plant. In Global Offensive, the original version of the map takes place a German nuclear power plant, while the revamped version takes place in an American one. Unlike most Counter-Strike bomb defusal maps, the map revolves around a central structure rather than multiple lanes, with the two bombsites being overlapped on top of each other. In Global Offensive, before the rehaul, many players had criticized the map for being too CT-sided. Due to the map's unusual structure, CTs have access to a wide array of defensive positions that are very difficult for Ts to reliably clear one by one, particularly in the 2 bombsites. Two small vents offer a quick way for CT to rotate, which makes it almost impossible for T to sneak a bomb plant. As a result, the performance of Terrorists was influenced heavily by lucky enemy positions, weakening the skill-based gameplay.

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