|Deleted Scenes Mission|
|Next Mission||Secret War|
Basilan Islands, Philippines
|Terrorist Faction(s)||Guerrilla Warfare|
|Overview||While on vacation in the Philippines, a group of German nationals has been kidnapped by a terrorist organization.|
|Main objectives||Infiltrate the compound.|
Locate the hostages.
Assist the team to secure the compound.
- "Since you are our only agent on the ground, you'll need to infiltrate the camp, and locate the German nationals being held hostage."
- ―GSG-9 Commander
Lost Cause is the second mission in Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Deleted Scenes. The player, the only agent on the ground, has to infiltrate a camp filled with Guerrilla Warfare members. Along with getting rid of any hostiles, the player must also locate and provide support for the hostages. After securing the German nationals, the commander requires him to clear a pathway to the docks. On the way, the player must evade trip mines and explosive barrels. This is so far the only mission that player has to face tripwire mines.
As the mission starts, the player finds out he is the only operative on the ground. The commander announces he must infiltrate the camp and locate 3 German nationals being held hostage. If the player gets spotted, the hostages will be put in unnecessary danger, leading to a mission fail. After all of the hostages are located with a fiber optic camera, the player assaults the building along with the rest of his unit. During the process, the player gets detoured and has to meet back up with them. Once spotted, the officer will tell the player to clear a path to the docks. If the player does as asked, he will be awarded with extraction boats that will take him, the rest of his unit, and hostages to a safe place.
Weapons & equipmentEdit
|Fiber optic camera||1|
|Leone YG1265 Auto Shotgun||7/32|
- Main article: Lost Cause/Transcript
- There is a glitch, if player return to the office were player pick up the blowtorch after the radio report, if the player touches the chair, the mission will fail even there is no terrorist sitting there.