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Operation BloodHound rank description

The introduction and explanation of the experience (rank) system

This article is about the CS:GO profile rank. For Skill Group ranks, see Competitive.


Profile Ranks were introduced in Global Offensive as part of the May 26, 2015 (Operation Bloodhound) update as a mostly cosmetic form of upgrading a player's status by playing on official servers.

Overview

By playing on official game servers, players gain experience points towards the goal of increasing the player's Profile Rank. The first time the player ranks up in a week, the player also receives a weapon drop. Prior to Operation Hydra, the operation's pass holders are eligible to receive rewards exclusive to the operation's weapon collections during an active operation. Players participating in the Overwatch program also gain additional experience.

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The 2015 Service Medal Level 1, inspect animation

Although a player's Rank is separate from the player's skill group, a profile rank of Private Rank 2 is required to be eligible for competitive matchmaking. However, a player's profile rank does not affect the player's ability to compete in casual game modes.

Although only 40 ranks exist, the player has the opportunity to reset his or her profile rank to start over.[1] After reaching rank 40, a Get Service Medal button will appear above the rank progress bar. Clicking the button will reset the player's rank and add the service medal to the player's inventory. Once the player receives a service medal, he or she will not have to re-rank to Private Rank 2 again to play competitive match making. Starting with the November 10, 2015 patch, the service medal can now be upgraded to level 2 by hitting rank 40 a second time. The player's rank is not reset each year, but rather the rank up will count towards that year's medal.

Experience Points

After each match is over, the experience points will be allocated. Leaving a match early will not award any experience points. The experience gauge will be shown at the bottom of the scoreboard at round end, with the Current XP appearing as a dark blue bar, the Earned XP and Weekly XP Bonus appearing as a green bar, and Mission XP appearing as a dark yellow bar.

The XP bars are are accompanied with small pieces of text beneath them indicating their XP type and calculation method, written on a background of the same color. If the player ranks up, another piece of text saying "Rank Up" and using a purple background will appear after all other pieces of text.

Earned XP

The amount of XP the player earns at the end of a game is determined by player performance during the game, applied through the game mode's multiplier. Excluding competitive matches, this multiplier uses the player's score. The competitive multiplier uses the player's won rounds during a match. Additionally, the multiplier is always rounded down to the nearest decimal. The maximum amount of experience points that a player can earn in casual mode is 1,000.

Game mode XP multiplier
Arms Race 1.0 * score
Casual 4.0 * score
Competitive 30 * rounds won
Deathmatch 0.2 * score
Demolition 2.5 * score

Weekly XP Bonus

The weekly bonus XP is a pool of 5,000 XP applied as a bonus when a player finishes a round. The first 3,500 XP is awarded as a bonus of 3x the amount of XP the player gains in the round. The rest 1,500 XP is awarded as a 1x bonus. The bonus XP are not awarded further if all 5,000 were awarded during a week.[2]

XP Penalty

If the player earns too much XP during a week, the player will receive a reduced multiplier, drastically cutting the amount of XP received regardless of game mode.

Approximate
gained XP
Bonus XP multiplier
Less than 4,500 XP 4.0 * gained XP (1x Earned XP + 3x Weekly XP Bonus)
Between 4,500 XP
and 7,500 XP
2.0 * gained XP (1x Earned XP + 1x Weekly XP Bonus)
Between 7,500 XP and 11,200 XP 1.0 * gained XP (1x Earned XP, No Weekly XP Bonus)
Greater than 11,200 XP 0.175 * gained XP (0.175x Earned XP)

Note: These values are approximate values based on community testing.[3]

Overwatch XP Reward

An Overwatch Investigator who successfully confirmed the guilt of a suspect player will gain an Overwatch XP Reward. It will be first notified to the player on the main menu, and the Investigator will redeem the reward of 195 XP the next time the they finish a match on an official server.[2]

The Weekly XP Bonus also applies to the Overwatch XP Reward.

New Player Boost

New players receive an XP boost as they progress through the Recruit and Private ranks.[3][Better Citation Needed]

Mission XP

After Operation Bloodhound, Operation Missions no longer give players item drops. Instead, they award experience points to the player, and players with Operation passes who rank up during the Operation are then eligible for Operation exclusive item drops.

The amount of experience point gained from a mission is dependent on the mission's difficulty. Generally, Easy rewards 200 XP, Normal rewards 300 XP, and Hard rewards 400 XP, with missions reward more base XP based on further variations. Some missions also award bonus XP based on the player's actions during the mission, like kills with specific weapons and completing the mission before certain number of rounds.

The Mission XP is rewarded only once upon the first completion of the missions. Replays of the missions will reward Earned XP only.

Weekly bonus XP is applied to XP gained in missions. The XP penalty also applies to these XP.

In Operation Wildfire, Blitz Missions are time-limited multiplayer missions which give an extra 10XP per round won, though players must be Private Rank 3 or above to participate in competitive Blitz missions.

In Operation Hydra, missions no longer award XP to the player's rank. Instead, they award Guardian XP to a different system.

Ranks

Image Rank XP required per level Total XP accumulated
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Recruit Rank 01,000 XP0
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Private Rank 15,000 XP1,000 XP
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Private Rank 25,000 XP6,000 XP
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Private Rank 35,000 XP11,000 XP
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Private Rank 45,000 XP16,000 XP
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Corporal Rank 55,000 XP21,000 XP
Csgo-profile-rank-level6
Corporal Rank 65,000 XP26,000 XP
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Corporal Rank 75,000 XP31,000 XP
Csgo-profile-rank-level8
Corporal Rank 85,000 XP36,000 XP
Csgo-profile-rank-level9
Sergeant Rank 95,000 XP41,000 XP
Csgo-profile-rank-level10
Sergeant Rank 105,000 XP46,000 XP
Csgo-profile-rank-level11
Sergeant Rank 115,000 XP51,000 XP
Csgo-profile-rank-level12
Sergeant Rank 125,000 XP56,000 XP
Csgo-rank-level13
Master Sergeant Rank 135,000 XP61,000 XP
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Master Sergeant Rank 145,000 XP66,000 XP
Csgo-rank-level15
Master Sergeant Rank 155,000 XP71,000 XP
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Master Sergeant Rank 165,000 XP76,000 XP
Csgo-rank-level17
Sergeant Major Rank 175,000 XP81,000 XP
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Sergeant Major Rank 185,000 XP86,000 XP
Csgo-rank-level19
Sergeant Major Rank 195,000 XP91,000 XP
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Sergeant Major Rank 205,000 XP96,000 XP
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Lieutenant Rank 215,000 XP101,000 XP
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Lieutenant Rank 225,000 XP106,000 XP
Csgo-ranklevel23
Lieutenant Rank 235,000 XP111,000 XP
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Lieutenant Rank 245,000 XP116,000 XP
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Captain Rank 255,000 XP121,000 XP
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Captain Rank 265,000 XP126,000 XP
Csgo-ranklevel27
Captain Rank 275,000 XP131,000 XP
Csgo-ranklevel28
Captain Rank 285,000 XP136,000 XP
Csgo-ranklevel29
Major Rank 295,000 XP141,000 XP
Csgo-ranklevel30
Major Rank 305,000 XP146,000 XP
Csgo-ranklevel31
Major Rank 315,000 XP151,000 XP
Csgo-ranklevel32
Major Rank 325,000 XP156,000 XP
Csgo-ranklevel33
Colonel Rank 335,000 XP161,000 XP
Csgo-ranklevel34
Colonel Rank 345,000 XP166,000 XP
Csgo-ranklevel35
Colonel Rank 355,000 XP171,000 XP
Csgo-ranklevel36
Brigadier General Rank 365,000 XP176,000 XP
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Major General Rank 375,000 XP181,000 XP
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Lieutenant General Rank 385,000 XP186,000 XP
Csgo-ranklevel39
General Rank 395,000 XP191,000 XP
Csgo-ranklevel40
Global General Rank 40N/A196,000 XP

Service Medal

2016

2017

External Links

References

  1. Overwatch Out of Beta on the Official Counter-Strike blog
  2. 2.0 2.1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCbRs6Cipqo
  3. 3.0 3.1 How to upgrade your Profile Rank: steam guide by 3st on Steamcommunity.com

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