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All CS:GO Radio Commands How to Use Hidden Radio Commands?

All CS:GO Radio Commands:

CS:GO Command:Description:
radio1Open the CS:GO radio command menu 1.
radio2Open the CS:GO radio command menu 2.
radio3Open the CS:GO radio command menu 3.
enemydownDisplays the text chat and voice message "enemy down".
enemyspotDisplays the text chat and voice message "enemy spotted".
fallbackDisplays the text chat and voice message "fall back".
followmeDisplays the text chat and voice message "follow me".
getinposDisplays the text chat and voice message "get in position".
getoutDisplays the text chat and voice message "get out of there, it's gonna blow".
holdposDisplays the text chat and voice message"hold your position".
inpositionDisplays the text chat and voice message "I'm in position".
needbackupDisplays the text chat and voice message "need backup".
regroupDisplays the text chat and voice message "regroup".
reportDisplays the text chat and voice message "report".
reportinginDisplays the text chat and voice message "reporting in".
rogerDisplays the text chat and voice message "roger that".
sectorclearDisplays the text chat and voice message "sector clear".
takepointDisplays the text chat and voice message "you take the point".
takingfireDisplays the text chat and voice message"taking fire need assistance".
negativeDisplays the text chat and voice message"negative".
cheerCheering. Displays a text chat and voice message to cheer.
complimentDisplays a text chat and voice message to compliment a player.
thanksDisplays the text chat and voice message"thanks".
goDisplays the text chat and voice message"Go go go".
sticktogDisplays the text chat and voice message"stick together team".
ignoreradIgnore radio commands (disables radio commands in-game).

How to bind CS:GO Radio Commands to Keys?

To bind CS:GO radio commands to keys use the following command and place them into your CS:GO console or into the config file. You can find a config file guide here and a console setup guide here if you need help with that.

Hidden CS:GO Radio Commands:

bind "any_key" "coverme"
bind "any_key" "enemydown"
bind "any_key" "takingfire"
bind "any_key" "regroup"
bind "any_key" "getout"
bind "any_key" "report"
bind "any_key" "reportingin"

Standard CS:GO Radio Commands:

bind "any_key" "roger"
bind "any_key" "negative"
bind "any_key" "cheer"
bind "any_key" "compliment"
bind "any_key" "thanks"

bind "any_key" "enemyspot"
bind "any_key" "needbackup"
bind "any_key" "takepoint"
bind "any_key" "sectorclear"
bind "any_key" "inposition"

bind "any_key" "go"
bind "any_key" "fallback"
bind "any_key" "sticktog"
bind "any_key" "holdpos"
bind "any_key" "followme"
bind "any_key" "roger"

What are CS:GO Radio Commands?

Radio commands in CS:GO are a preset of commands that can be used in-game to notify the team with tactical information. Radio commands can be executed when a player is alive and is released as text in the chat as well as a sound. Everyone in the game will hear the radio commands and also Bots react to them. Radio commands are separated into three categories.

What are the Standard CS:GO Radio Panels?

The three default CS:GO radio commands are seperated into standard, report and command.

Is using Radio Commands VAC secure?

Absolutely. Radio commands are a default game functions, only some are disabled and need to be enabled, but they are legal and safe to use. You can not get a VAC ban for using CS:GO radio commands.

Where does CS:GO Radio Commands work?

You can use radio commands on all official Valve servers and on the following game modes:

  • In competitive ranked mode.
  • In the casual modes
  • On Demolition, Arms Race, Deathmatch and Scrim Maps.
  • On community servers, if it’s not disabled.
  • In the single player mode versus Bots

How to add Hidden Radio Commands to CS:GO?

To add the hidden radio commands to the default CS:GO radio menus, follow these steps:

  • Open the radiopanel.txt textfile in your Steam CS:GO folder. In this file all of the default game commands are saved. The file is located in this folder:
    C:\Steam\SteamApps\common\Counter-Strike Global Offensive\csgo\resource\ui Browse this folder and open the text editor file.
  • Copy the new code into your “radiopanel.txt” text file:
    "RadioPanel.txt"
    {
    //"SFUI_StandardRadio"
    //"SFUI_GroupRadio"
    //"SFUI_ReportRadio"
    "Groups"
    {
    "standard"
    {
    "hotkey" "1"
    "title" "#SFUI_CommandRadio"
    "timeout" "5"
    "Commands"
    {
    "go"
    {
    "hotkey" "1"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Go"
    "cmd" "go"
    }
    "fallback"
    {
    "hotkey" "2"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Fall_Back"
    "cmd" "fallback"
    }
    "sticktog"
    {
    "hotkey" "3"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Stick_Together"
    "cmd" "sticktog"
    }
    "holdpos"
    {
    "hotkey" "4"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Hold_Pos"
    "cmd" "holdpos"
    }
    "followme"
    {
    "hotkey" "5"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Follow"
    "cmd" "followme"
    }
    "coverme"
    {
    "hotkey" "6"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Cover_me"
    "cmd" "coverme"
    }
    "regroup"
    {
    "hotkey" "7"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Regroup"
    "cmd" "regroup"
    }
    }
    }
    "group"
    {
    "hotkey" "2"
    "title" "#SFUI_StandardRadio"
    "timeout" "5"
    "Commands"
    {
    "roger"
    {
    "hotkey" "1"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Roger"
    "cmd" "roger"
    }
    "negative"
    {
    "hotkey" "2"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Negative"
    "cmd" "negative"
    }
    "cheer"
    {
    "hotkey" "3"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Cheer"
    "cmd" "cheer"
    }
    "compliment"
    {
    "hotkey" "4"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Compliment"
    "cmd" "compliment"
    }
    "thanks"
    {
    "hotkey" "5"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Thanks"
    "cmd" "thanks"
    }
    "enemydown"
    {
    "hotkey" "6"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Enemy_Down"
    "cmd" "enemydown"
    }
    "reportingin"
    {
    "hotkey" "7"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Reporting_Int"
    "cmd" "reportingin"
    }
    }
    }
    "report"
    {
    "hotkey" "3"
    "title" "#SFUI_ReportRadio"
    "timeout" "5"
    "Commands"
    {
    "enemyspot"
    {
    "hotkey" "1"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Spotted"
    "cmd" "enemyspot"
    }
    "needbackup"
    {
    "hotkey" "2"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Need_Backup"
    "cmd" "needbackup"
    }
    "takepoint"
    {
    "hotkey" "3"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Take_Point"
    "cmd" "takepoint"
    }
    "sectorclear"
    {
    "hotkey" "4"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Sector_Clear"
    "cmd" "sectorclear"
    }
    "inposition"
    {
    "hotkey" "5"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_In_Position"
    "cmd" "inposition"
    }
    "takingfire"
    {
    "hotkey" "6"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Need_Assist"
    "cmd" "takingfire"
    }
    "report"
    {
    "hotkey" "7"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Report_In"
    "cmd" "report"
    }
    "getout"
    {
    "hotkey" "8"
    "label" "#SFUI_Radio_Shes_Gonna_Blow"
    "cmd" "getout"
    }
    }
    }
    }
    }
  • Save the file and close it.
  • Launch or restart CS:GO and join a game.
  • Your new CS:GO radio box menus will look like this:

How to turn off Radio Commands in CS:GO?

If you don’t want to see CS:GO radio commands, for example because team mates are spamming or annyoing, then use the following console command:
ignorerad