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Creator(s) David Johnston Cs t
Ritual Entertainment Csx t Cscz t
Turtle Rock Studios Csx t Cscz t
Valve Corporation Css t Csgo
Game(s) Cs t Csx t Cscz t Css t Csgo-icon-bravo-small Csgo
Scenario Bomb defusal
Map Group Active Duty
Terrorists Phoenix Connexion
Counter-Terrorists GSG-9 Csx t
First appearance BETA 6.5
Last appearance Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Cobblestone (de_cbble) is a bomb defusal map featured in the Counter-Strike series. It was added to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive in the Winter Offensive update alongside the map Overpass.

Official DescriptionEdit

Counter-Terrorists: Prevent terrorists from bombing Lord William's country farmhouse. He has been the target of assassination in light of recent government proposals.

Terrorists: The Terrorist carrying the C4 must place the bomb at one of the two bomb sites around the map, thereby killing Lord William and severely damaging his home.

Development HistoryEdit

Counter-Strike 1.6Edit

This map was favored by snipers as sniper nests overlooked the courtyard. To avoid this, players can take the hallways or use smoke grenades for cover.

Counter-Strike: Condition ZeroEdit

Not much has changed in Cbble, other than the lightning.

Counter-Strike: SourceEdit

To accommodate with the new Source Engine, the map had graphical and textural tweaks though the integrity of Cbble remained unchanged.

Counter-Strike: Global OffensiveEdit

Cobblestone was re-introduced as part of the December 18, 2013 update. Valve performed a major overhaul to the map, graphically and strategically. Nearly all of the crates were removed and replaced with more realistic props. The hallways had become filled with museum artifacts instead of crates, similar to Piranesi. Additionally, the map is littered with some construction equipment and Medieval props, completing the transition from just an old medieval castle in the previous games to a historical museum and tourist attraction somewhere in France.

The official factions are the Phoenix Connexion and the GIGN.


Main article: Cbble/Guide

This map favors medium to long range combat. Due to this, assault rifles and sniper rifles are very commonly used in Cbble.

Tour of DutyEdit

Main article: Cbble/Tour of Duty

This map was one of the many chosen to be placed in Tour of Duty 4.


Counter-Strike: SourceEdit


Cobblestone Map Veteran css Cobblestone Map Veteran
Win 100 rounds on the DE_Cbble map.


Main article: Cbble/Gallery

Update History

July 1, 2014
July 16, 2014
  • Removed OP flower pot at back of B.
  • Added a lip at the top of main B entrance to provide more cover to T team.
  • Slightly extended large planter by B entrance to close a thin sight line from back of B to side door.
  • Drop-down to alternative B entrance has been widened to allow a better view of the room below.
  • Drop-down room roof beams have been moved further away from the stairs.
  • Roof of alternative B entrance has been opened up for additional grenade throws.
  • Locations where the bomb could be dropped out of players’ reach have been clipped off.
  • Lighting changes at some locations to provide better visibility.
  • Shifted tapestry in CT sniper room up and made it lighter color to make players more visible against it.
August 1, 2014
September 2, 2014
  • Added T spawns to lower position, prioritized them over battlement spawns
  • Added ladder from bottom of T spawn to battlement near T sniper tower
  • Neutralized corner when moving through archhouse on B upper catwalk
  • Neutralized corner when entering B site through connector
  • Moved back CT spawns
  • Tightened entrance corridor to Long A, T side
  • Reduced depth of CT sniper room and made windows more open
  • Reconfigured B tunnels for faster T rotation time
  • Added path from T side of underpass into B tunnels
  • Reduced sightlines from back of B to entrances
  • Lowered railing at back of B to make characters on platform easier to spot
  • Cut out area behind the toilet in back of B
  • Minor lighting/texturing changes at A for better visibility
  • Rotated window overlooking connector
January 14, 2015
  • Fixed sticky spot under roof overhang at B
  • Fixed overview map not matching the geometry at Gallery
  • Raised ceiling and added trim in Gallery
  • Fixed sticky clip brush at A
  • Added clip brush to tapestry in CT sniper room so you can’t walk through it
  • Fixed floating electrical box in sewer stairwell
  • Fixed missing texture above T ramp
  • Removed handrail/clips and adjusted lighting in CT sniper hallway
  • Fixed wooden platform clipping into stone in T spawn
  • Made window bars in B tunnels & Gallery non-solid


  • Cobblestone was originally named "de_cbble" instead of "de_cobble" in honor of the old, eight character restriction.[1]
  • According to the official description of de_chateau, the Terrorists were able to successfully bomb Lord William's country farmhouse (Cobble). However, it appears Lord William survived, and was rebuilding his summer investment (Chateau).
    • The description means this is the only time when the Terrorists have ever canonically bombed a map.
    • Despite the description, Lord William does not appear on the map, nor does he appear in any other part of the Counter-Strike series. However, Lord William is the focus of two missions in both of the Operation Bloodhound campaigns.
  • Due to the verticality of this map, it is fairly easy to take fall damage. Bots in early versions of the game will also occasionally fall to their deaths.
  • In Counter-Strike: Condition Zero, when bots plant the bomb at bombsite A, the bots usually plant it near a crate, potentially clipping inside the crate, rendering it un-defusable.
  • In Global Offensive, the Professionals were originally the Terrorists on this map but were replaced by the Phoenix Connexion for unknown reasons.
  • In Global Offensive's Guardian mode, the map's only hostage is named "Lord William."


  1. Cobbles and Castles

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