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Operation Phoenix
« Operation Bravo Operation Breakout »
Release date February 20, 2014
Completion date June 11, 2014
Maps Cache Icon c4, Motel Icon hostage, Seaside Icon c4, Downtown Icon hostage, Thunder Icon hostage, Ali Icon c4, Favela Icon c4, Agency Icon hostage
Weapon Case Operation Phoenix Weapon Case
Source Operation Phoenix Page


The Operation Phoenix pass

Operation Phoenix (styled as PHO3NIX), was the third Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Operation, following Operation Bravo. It was introduced on the February 20th, 2014 and was originally scheduled to last until June 4th, but the duration of the Operation was extended to June 11th.[1]


Operation Phoenix featured 8 top voted custom maps from previous operations selected by community popularity. After its release, players were able to purchase an Operation Phoenix pass for 2.99 USD. When purchased, buyers automatically received an Operation Phoenix bronze coin.

Like Bravo, the operation introduced a new case called the Operation Phoenix Case. Unlike the previous operation, the chance for the case to drop was originally exclusive to pass owners. However, as of the June 11, 2014 update, the weapon case is available to drop for all players.


Main article: Operation Maps

Operation Phoenix CoinEdit


The Operation Phoenix coins

Main article: Operation Coin

Badge ProgressEdit


  • The Counter-Terrorists featured in the title image are using a P90 Trigon and a Tec-9 Sandstorm from the Operation Phoenix collection and are standing in the featured Cache map.
    • Ironically, the Counter Terrorists are facing towards the CT spawn, with the left CT aiming directly at the spawn locations.
    • Oddly, the Tec-9 is a Terrorist exclusive weapon.

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