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Overview
Csgo-de-safehouse
Safehouse
Creator(s) Valve Corporation
Turtle Rock Studios
Hidden Path Entertainment
Game(s) Game icon 730
Scenario Arsenal
Terrorists Professional
Counter-Terrorists SWAT
First appearance Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Last appearance Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Let's get in the house.
―Professional


Safehouse (de_safehouse) is a demolition and arms race (arsenal) map featured in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

Overview

This map was introduced with the original release of the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive beta and is available in demolition and arms race (arsenal) modes. In this map, the Terrorists are the Professionals and the Counter-Terrorists are the SWAT team.

Safehouse begins with the Counter-Terrorists behind the house and Terrorists in front of it. As this is a very small map, most of enemy contact is made along the middle from the house to the fence.

Official Description (Demolition)

Counter-Terrorists: Prevent Terrorists from bombing the safe. Team members must defuse any bombs that threaten targeted area.

Terrorists: The Terrorist carrying the C4 must destroy the safe.

Other Notes: This is a Demolition map and players cannot purchase weapons. A rifle for the first round, and if the player manages to eliminate at least one enemy in the round, the player is given a weaker weapon for the next round. The team will change after 10 rounds and the match is over when a team reaches 11 rounds.

Achievements

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Global Expertise

My House csgo My House
Win five matches on Safehouse.

Trivia

  • As with most Demolition maps, this map is loosely based off a Left 4 Dead map. In this case, the Farmhouse in the finale (Farmhouse Finale) of Blood Harvest.
  • This map was originally designed for Demolition, but was expanded to include Arms Race with the November 11, 2014 update.
  • There is a hidden door in the kitchen on the bottom floor. If you go to the short wall behind the trash can in the kitchen and press the "open door" key, a door will swing out from inside the wall, knocking the trash can over. The most common assumption is that this was an unused door that Valve forgot to remove during development.

Update History

November 11, 2014